OpenJDK 8 and JavaFx for Windows 7
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Thu Dec 6 15:01:29 UTC 2018
The msi extracts 2 folders. The 8jre Folder, that does not contain javafx.
And the jdk Folder wich has a jre with javafx.
Thanks for making me look again (I checked the jre8 Folder only at first).
Am Do., 6. Dez. 2018 um 15:35 Uhr schrieb Michael Paus <mp at jugs.org>:
> Are you sure? According to this article and other sources it does support
> Search for JavaFX.
> Am 06.12.18 um 15:31 schrieb Stefan Murawski:
> thanks for the coretto tip. But the MSI for the Windows JRE does not
> contain javafx.
> Am Do., 6. Dez. 2018 um 14:44 Uhr schrieb Michael Paus <mp at jugs.org>:
>> Have a look at: https://aws.amazon.com/de/corretto/
>> Windows is supported and it includes JavaFX
>> but I don't know whether this is compatible with the old Windows 7.
>> Am 06.12.18 um 14:33 schrieb Stefan Murawski:
>> > Hi,
>> > this probably an annoying question, but I cannot find a solution.
>> > I am trying to find a JavaFX build that is compatible with OpenJDK 8 and
>> > Windows.
>> > So far I tried:
>> > Taking the AdoptOpenJDK Build for Windows 64 and JavaFX Drop-In from
>> > https://chriswhocodes.com/.
>> > This works very well for Windows 10. But on Windows I cannot start the
>> > application due to missing DLLS (I presume).
>> > My hunt through the internet led me to a post which basically said:
>> > OpenJDK 8 and JavaFx will never work on Windows 7.
>> > Is this true?
>> > The Reasoning behind my search is the desire to switch to an openjdk
>> > is supported a bit longer than the oracle 8 jdk, but with javafx for
>> > Windows integrated.
>> > The new JavaFX page only deals with JavaFx11, sadly.
>> > If there is a way to build javafx myself, so that it works with
>> > WIndows7/10/OpenJDK please kindly guide me to a description.
>> > Thanks for any help,
>> > Stefan Murwaski
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