Openjfx on Wanboard
david.goodenough at linkchoose.co.uk
Wed Jun 8 16:47:22 UTC 2016
On Wednesday 08 June 2016 11:50:34 David Hill wrote:
> On 6/7/16, 6:08 AM, Guillaume sétan wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I want to use Java with JavaFX on my wandboard but I see that the arm's
> > version was unsupported on the website Oracle.
> > So I found a other solution OpenJFX.
> > But I try 2 things :
> > - To download the package with apt-get install, but he can't found
> > libopenjfx-jni.
> > -To compile OpenJFX but I get this exception "Unknown and unsupportef
> > build
> > architecture: arm " ( I have a Linux armv7l).
> > Do you have solutions for one of these problems ?
> I doubt you would find javafx with apt-get. That would likely be an openjdk
> build without javafx integrated.
apt search javafx
Full Text Search... Done
libopenjfx-java/unstable,unstable,unstable,now 8u91-b14-1 all
JavaFX/OpenJFX 8 - Rich client application platform for Java (Java
libopenjfx-java-doc/unstable,unstable,unstable 8u91-b14-1 all
JavaFX/OpenJFX 8 - Rich client application platform for Java (Javadoc)
libopenjfx-jni/unstable,now 8u91-b14-1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
JavaFX/OpenJFX 8 - Rich client application platform for Java (native
openjfx/unstable,now 8u91-b14-1 amd64 [installed]
JavaFX/OpenJFX 8 - Rich client application platform for Java
openjfx-source/unstable,unstable,unstable,now 8u91-b14-1 all [installed]
JavaFX/OpenJFX 8 - Rich client application platform for Java (sources)
It is there, at least on sid.
> For a quick start, you might try one of the community builds
> (https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/Community+Builds), making
> sure that you have JDK version 8 (not 7) installed.
> There are some platform notes here too
> Oracle is no longer supporting FX on arm platforms, rather relying on a
> combination of community support with some of my time when I can squeeze it
> In particular, Oracle is working hard on JDK9 which requires FX to be
> integrated as part of the JDK. This is a big shift, because with JDK8 we
> could build/provide FX as an "overlay" onto an existing JDK. Sometime in
> the next couple of months I do plan on trying an integrated ARM JDK/JFX
> build to prove it can be done, and will be updating the OpenJFX wiki as I
> do. I have tried an integrated build on Linux x64, and it does seem to
> "just work" :-)
> Also - never tried the Wandboard. I know it is a varient of the i.MX so
> likely will just work. Some of the ARM boards are not so easy though.
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