Monocle as a replacement
tres.finocchiaro at gmail.com
Fri Feb 21 22:13:22 UTC 2020
Thanks this information is very valuable.
By using the provided patch, I too am able to re-use the Monocle framework
without suffering this bug.
For those visiting this thread (e.g. through archive) at a later time, it's
being tracked downstream here: https://github.com/qzind/tray/issues/576
So applying it I was able to discover I was running into two separate
- The first was the unpredictable buffer behavior you've shared, which
seems to be resolved that problem. I used the recommended code, just in a
copy of the JavaFX 11 class instead. Thanks!
- The second is a nuance of reusing the WebView and Stage using Monocle,
the stage/webview height calculation starts to grow out of control
(watching the DOM height -- we calculate the natural height and then use
that for snapshot). In my case it was growing 300, 900, 2900, 8600
eventually crashing somewhere in buffer allocation. Hard-coding the sizing
didn't suffer the same fate because it bypasses our attempts to calculate
didn't correct the issue either. I believe the underlying issue stems
somewhere from the stage height never resetting back, but attempts to do so
manually cause other issues, so I'll see if there's a viable workaround by
doing more renders using Monocle.
We already have an open item with Gluon regarding WebView stage sizing, so
this may be a race condition rearing its ugly head through a different
symptom. We'll continue to work on it separately.
Danny, thanks again for the link to the patch. We'll continue our testing.
- Tres.Finocchiaro at gmail.com
On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 2:46 AM Danny Gonzalez <
danny.gonzalez at screamingfrog.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Tres,
> We also are suffering from this crash when running our TestFX unit tests,
> particularly on Java 11.
> It is due to a concurrency issue between the JavaFX thread and the
> QuantumRenderer thread and there is an OpenJDK bug here:
> Quoting from this bug report:
> “The QuantumRenderer calls the getPixels() method while trying to find a
> buffer that's not in use, yet in doing so it can inadvertently modify a
> buffer that's in use."
> There is also a related TestFX Bug:
> There is a fix for this issue In the first comment of the JDK-8201567, in
> a link to GitLab: https://gitlab.com/openjfxepd/jfxpatch/commit/
> We have used this patch in our local OpenJFX build.
> This has never been made into a pull request however but I believe it
> On 17 Feb 2020, at 19:12, Tres Finocchiaro <tres.finocchiaro at gmail.com>
> I'm the developer of a printing plugin which leverages JavaFX for a few
> HTML functions.
> One of our functions would greatly benefit from being "headless (or more
> accurately, "silent") mode that Monocle offers and I'm evaluating the use
> of Monocle on (non-headless) Desktops for this. I'm currently testing a
> monocle build by the TestFX team for MacOS.
> Although first test was positive, when invoking multiple times, I'm getting
> some internal errors similar to this:
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49388497 and the framework grows
> and slower as it nears its final capture. (I'm using WebView.capture(...))
> Is this the right place for such as discussion? Where's the best place to
> ask about issues with Monocle?
> - Tres.Finocchiaro at gmail.com
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