OpenJFX 8 root

Kevin Rushforth kevin.rushforth at
Wed Jan 23 09:27:26 PST 2013

Not quite.

Each of the following should be treated as a separate forest. You would 
only grab one of these forests depending on which one you want.

1. The controls team forest:


2. The graphics team forest:


3. The master forest:


The team forests is where the work happens. Each team integrates into 
the master forest regularly (typically weekly).

-- Kevin

Mario Torre wrote:
> Hi all!
> The OpenJFX root repository:
> contains just a README file:
> This Mercurial repostory is *not* part of any OpenJFX forest. It only
> exists as a repository due to a limitation of the Mercurial server on
> It is intended to just be the root directory for
> the various OpenJFX forests (e.g., "8/master") for FX 8.
> While this is certainly true, it's not very useful, since people need to
> download each repository separately.
> On the website the information is rather old (still refers to 2.2 if I'm
> not wrong).
> Wouldn't it be better to add a script, like the to grab
> the full forest?
> My guess is that all of those repos are needed:
> openjfx/8
> openjfx/8/controls
> openjfx/8/controls/rt
> openjfx/8/controls/tests
> openjfx/8/graphics
> openjfx/8/graphics/rt
> openjfx/8/graphics/tests
> openjfx/8/master
> openjfx/8/master/rt
> openjfx/8/master/tests
> Or is that wrong?
> Cheers,
> Mario

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