Update on the JavaFX 8.0 (formerly 3.0) release in JDK8

Joe McGlynn joe.mcglynn at oracle.com
Mon Aug 20 07:26:37 PDT 2012

We haven't yet addressed the Javadoc integration, but it is on the list for JDK 8 and expected to happen in the next few months.

There are some other infrastructure changes that need to happen first, but this is something that is a top level item for the JDK 8 integration.


On Aug 20, 2012, at 7:15 AM, Tom Schindl <tom.schindl at bestsolution.at> wrote:

> Am 20.08.12 16:04, schrieb Kevin Rushforth:
>> Dr. Michael Paus wrote:
>>> Am 20.08.2012 15:25, schrieb Kevin Rushforth:
>>>> Second, weekly early access builds of JavaFX 8.0 will be available
>>>> shortly as part of the weekly JDK 8 builds. We hope this will happen
>>>> starting later this week.
>>> Does this mean that, in the future, we have to download and install a
>>> complete new JDK every week instead
>>> of just downloading and unzipping a small JavaFX archive?
>> Yes, this is what it means.
> So did you solved the providing of JavaDoc with JDK now or can I still
> not work with JavaFX when not connected to the web because my IDE won't
> give me support for argument namings, ... .
> Until today I could at least get the SDK and point my IDE to the JavaDoc
> but now that you turn of the next channel I guess I'm kind of lost.
> Tom
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