OpenJFX 8 Backport to Java 7
zonski at gmail.com
Tue May 14 20:29:01 PDT 2013
Nice. I've got a rough cut of a maven plugin working for RoboVM. Just waiting on sonatype to grant access to the repo for this and then the first version should be live (ie probably over the next week or so).
If this jfx backport (when it's working) could be deployed into Maven Central (especially the iOS build of it) then the plugin could automatically include it into the path for RoboVM. One less step for users to have to do manually. Have you got plans or are you willing to get it into Central (which I assume a RoboVM gradle plugin would benefit from as well)?
I've got only a little bit of time to spare at the moment so keen to focus that on the RoboVM side of it, but if no one else is up for getting the backport into Central I'll put it on (the bottom of) my todo list.
On 15/05/2013, at 1:05 PM, Danno Ferrin <danno.ferrin at shemnon.com> wrote:
> I've started a backport codebase for OpenJFX8 to Java 7.
> The intent is to provide OpenJFX 8 code to Java 7 based VMs, whether it is
> Oracle's JVM or other Java7 based VMs (such as RoboVM or Dalvik). It's not
> soup yet, it still needs some more open source libraries. Right now the
> compile breaks at the graphics module because the com.sun.javafx.accessible
> packages have not been open sourced yet.
> For the record I am only concerning myself with the gradle build and not
> the current Ant based build.
> Generally speaking the plans are to deal with the incompatibilities as
> mechanically and predictably as possible.
> * For lambdas expanding them to inner classes. IntelliJ has a code
> intention for this I am using
> * For defender methods push down the default implementation to first line
> implementors, giving it the same effect with more lines of code.
> * For the new JSR-310 Date classes bring in the ThreeTen jars (
> https://github.com/ThreeTen/threetenbp) (but it's not there yet)
> * For java.util.function.Predicate<T> replace it with Callback<T, Boolean>
> If anyone is interested in contributing and wants commit access, just ask.
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