How to build openjfx in its current state
danno.ferrin at shemnon.com
Thu Feb 7 14:37:42 PST 2013
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 3:31 PM, Richard Bair <richard.bair at oracle.com>wrote:
> > Great, I'll give a look at it as soon as decora is out. I guess I need
> > to wait that everything gets synced in the master repo, right?
> >> When setting up Intellij, the SDK MUST NOT HAVE JFXRT.JAR on the
> >> CLASSPATH!!
> > You know if it works with NetBeans too? I would love to keep using
> > NetBeans :)
> Of course! We're agnostic here, let everybody use their preferred IDE and
> be productive :-).
> > Or will you keep the ant and ide specific files around?
> Geertjan reached out to me recently to try out the NB gradle plugin. In
> theory if we setup the gradle builds correctly you should be able to just
> open in NB and everything will "just work". In practice there will be bugs
> to fix etc I'm sure. Really if we can avoid having the IDE specific files
> in then that's cool with me.
Even though I am an IntelliJ user I have to admit the Gradle Plugin for
NetBeans has be best IDE integration of any of the Gradle IDE plugins out
there. You don't even know you are using Gradle if you don't hack at the
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