JAVAFX on ANDROID
niklas at therning.org
Sun Oct 13 02:49:45 PDT 2013
For PlatformLogger et al you can probably use the compatibility lib we have
been using for jfx78+RoboVM: https://github.com/robovm/robovm-jfx78-compat
Den lördagen den 12:e oktober 2013 skrev Tomas Brandalik:
> I think that PlatformLogger initialization in CssHelper was causing
> problems. I had to write one. Not 100% sure though I will look at it when
> I'm back in the office. (Or you can comment out css processing in the
> node.) I was able to run without font then.
> On 10/11/2013 06:22 PM, Tom Schindl wrote:
>> On 11.10.13 18:10, Matthias Hänel wrote:
>>> Hi Tomas,
>>> today, I took the time to investigate a little more time on this.
>>> 1. I build an entirely new openjfx78 build for android
>>> 2. starting this gave me several errors that lead me to the
>>> conclusion that I need a java6 openjfx
>>> 3. based on openjfx78 I ported it back to java6 (adapted gradled
>>> scripts, and tons of java source code)
>>> 4. Now it's almost running on an 18th android. All libraries are firing
>>> up until the CssStyleHelper
>>> is called with a static call to createStyleHelper.
>>> That looks like the font stuff is not in jfx78. That's why "new Font"
>>> returns with null and therefore
>> On OS-X font stuff is definately there in jfx78, but the low-level font
>> stuff is loaded using reflection (at least this was the cause on robovm)!
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