Is this the end of support raspberrry pi?
David.Hill at Oracle.com
Fri Dec 19 17:13:30 UTC 2014
On 12/19/14, 12:02 PM, Sven Reimers wrote:
> So, the community challenge is to rewrite this beast to make it run smoothly on a pi?
If someone wants to look for hot spots (profiling and such), then that certainly would help. And after that, perhaps some donated code would be nice :-)
The app is nicely designed in some ways - easily extensible and such, but for a smaller device, those design features don't fit as well.
In the modern world of app design, it really makes sense to create a clean app, and then speed it up. I know that I have found that early optimization is problematic as I was often wrong at where the choke points were. Ensemble was made on and for the desktop CPU, and it shows in startups time.
> Am 19.12.2014 17:47 schrieb "David Hill" <David.Hill at oracle.com <mailto:David.Hill at oracle.com>>:
> On 12/19/14, 1:23 AM, Ladislav Török wrote:
> In JavaFX Jira is enough bugs marked as "
> Won't Fix" lately. For example: RT-33958, RT-33959, RT-33960, RT-34735
> Is it only valid for Ensemble8 running on Raspberry Pi or support javaFX on
> Raspberry Pi?
> It's amazing that JavaFX running on Raspberry Pi:
> I am very grateful for it.
> Keep it up...
> It is less to do with the support of the PI, but rather a realization that we don't have the internal resources to concentrate on the samples on an embedded platforms. Ensemble8 in particular is a bit of a monster - it is very large (both for memory used and classes consumed, and then of course the index parsing it does on startup) and does a lot of things that are hard to speed up on the Pi.
> Ensemble8 runs reasonably well on the i.MX6, which is closer to the platforms that that we might support commercial use on. Even there it does not make a great example of a application.
> Rather than re-re-triage these sets of tasks, I reluctantly closed them, knowing that I can reopen them if and when we have the resources to do the rework needed.
> David Hill<David.Hill at Oracle.com>
> Java Embedded Development
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> -- George Santayana (1863 - 1952)
David Hill<David.Hill at Oracle.com>
Java Embedded Development
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