Tobi tobi at
Thu Oct 10 13:49:59 PDT 2013

No, targets=Android

> Am 10.10.2013 um 22:41 schrieb Tom Schindl <tom.schindl at>:
> So when I compile my own FX what target to I compile to? I guess I
> compile on linux, right?
> Tom
>> On 10.10.13 22:01, Tomas Brandalik wrote:
>> Hi Tobi and Philippe,
>> Android port is being developed in open source so all developers can see
>> every progress. There is nothing to hide. You can understand it as an
>> example of porting javafx runtime to a linux based platform not a
>> product with a roadmap.
>> As you've noticed there are 2 launchers DalvikLauncher and
>> JavaSELauncher. Have a look at DalvikLauncher it is quite simple how it
>> launches an application. What you need to try it out is an java6 (dalvik
>> vm limitation)  compatible javafx fork.
>> On the other hand JavaSELauncher uses standalone vm which is not part of
>> the port. It expects that the vm is packaged with an apk. The launcher
>> unpacks vm, installs it, setup classpath, main class debug port etc (all
>> specified in manifest) and launches it . These are the 2 options which
>> can be further extended by the community.
>> best regards
>> -Tomas
>>> On 10/10/2013 06:10 PM, Tobias Bley wrote:
>>> Tomas from Oracle is working on the Android port of JavaFX. He has
>>> developed a DalvikLauncher and a JavaSELauncher. So he is able to tell
>>> you (and me :)) more about that important theme „JavaFX on Android“.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Tobi
>>> Am 10.10.2013 um 16:55 schrieb Philippe
>>> TIFFEAU<philippe.tiffeau at>:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> Someone can make a clear answer about JavaFX on ANDROID ?
>>>> If it works how to use ? Otherwise the roadmap is ....
>>>> Best Regard.
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