OpenJDK 8 and JavaFx for Windows 7
turikhay at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 15:07:00 UTC 2018
I confirm that JavaFX 11 (and 12 so far) still support Windows 7, both x86
and x64. What wouldn't 8? :)
What DLLs are missing exactly?
If your application use media (e.g. MediaPlayer), then it will fail to
start with missing gstreamer-lite (glib-lite.dll) library. JavaFX doesn't
build media and WebKit by default. You should specify them explicitly:
./gradlew -PCOMPILE_WEBKIT=true -PCOMPILE_MEDIA=true build
чт, 6 дек. 2018 г., 18:35 Stefan Murawski <stmura at gmail.com>:
> 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
> So far I tried:
> Taking the AdoptOpenJDK Build for Windows 64 and JavaFX Drop-In from
> 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 which
> 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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