JAVAFX on ANDROID
rdarrylr at yahoo.com
rdarrylr at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 11 09:34:09 PDT 2013
So Oracle has a standalone VM for android that isn't available for download.
Is there a plan to ever release this or this is the main piece the community has to create? Is there some kind of legal reason why Oracle can't release this or is it just not wanting to support it? How much time did oracle spend on creating this? How much time do you think it would take community designers to develop this? Does it support swing and javafx or just javafx like the Pi port? What parts of java8 don't work on your standalone VM?
From: Tomas Brandalik <tomas.brandalik at oracle.com>
Sender: openjfx-dev-bounces at openjdk.java.net
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2013 06:52:06
To: <openjfx-dev at openjdk.java.net>
Subject: Re: JAVAFX on ANDROID
Good, then use FX78 and you can give it a try. I have my local fork of
javafx for testing DalvikLauncher. Standalone Vm for Android is not
available for download.
> FX78 should be compatible with Java6 because RoboVM is built on dalvik
> classlib and JavaFX works there!
> On 10.10.13 22:42, Tobi wrote:
>> Hi Tomas,
>> How did you test the Dalviklauncher? Do you have a Java6 compatible jFX version?
>> And how did you test the JavaSELauncher? Do you have a JVM for android? Where can we download it?
>>> Am 10.10.2013 um 22:01 schrieb Tomas Brandalik<tomas.brandalik at oracle.com>:
>>> 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
>>>> 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,
>>>>> Am 10.10.2013 um 16:55 schrieb Philippe TIFFEAU<philippe.tiffeau at steria.com>:
>>>>> 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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