JavaFX with Eclipse and JDK9

Dr. Michael Paus mp at
Wed Jul 6 12:55:36 UTC 2016

Am 06.07.16 um 12:05 schrieb Tom Schindl:
> For what is worth - the problem is that JDT-Beta-Builds are only modules
> starting with "java.".
> I've started a thread at jdt-core mailing list [1] - I started working
> on a patch to also add "javafx." and hope it gets accepted.
I keep my fingers crossed. Keep us informed about the outcome.
> Tom
> [1]
> On 27.05.16 16:04, Dr. Michael Paus wrote:
>> I recently tried to get a JavaFX application running with the latest EA
>> build of JDK9 from
>> within Eclipse but I failed. Can anybody on this list tell me what I
>> have to do to get that
>> working? I have the latest milestone release of Eclipse Neon installed
>> together with the
>> latest JDK9 and I have also installed the Java 9 Support (BETA) for
>> Neon. I also installed
>> e(fx)clipse if that should matter. The problem is that I cannot access
>> any of the JavaFX
>> packages. I even added a file to the project which
>> explicitly requires the
>> JavaFX modules but nothing helped so far. The JRE System Library only
>> contains the modules
>> which are in the java.* namespace but none of the other modules
>> especially the javafx.*
>> modules and I don't find any option to add these. Did anybody ever try
>> this and succeeded?
>> Thanks, Michael

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