javafx.embed.swt.* regarded as JDK internal API by jdeps of jdk9-ea135
alexander at nyssen.org
Tue Sep 13 13:58:22 UTC 2016
> Am 13.09.2016 um 15:42 schrieb Kevin Rushforth <kevin.rushforth at oracle.com>:
> That seems surprising since javafx.swt is not part of the JDK runtime image. I suspect that this is either an issue with jdeps itself or with how you are running jdeps. What was the command line you were using?
I used: for i in */bin; do /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk-9_ea135.jdk/Contents/Home/bin/jdeps -jdkinternals $i; done >> deps.txt
> As for your second question, the expectation is that javafx.swt will be added as an automatic (and thus named) module in a layer, but that still needs to be tested. We currently do all of our own testing by adding it as an automatic module on the module path as follows:
> $ java --module-path $JAVA_HOME/lib/javafx-swt.jar --add-modules javafx.swt my.pkg.MyApp
I see. Is there a concrete schedule?
> — Kevin
> Alexander Nyssen wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I used a recent jdeps (from jdk9-ea135) to check the Eclipse GEF code base and was astonished to see that all dependencies to javafx.embed.swt.* now seem to be regarded as JDK internal API. I assume this is just a temporal inconsistency. Therefore, let me ask when it is planned to transfer the javafx.swt module into a proper named JIGSAW module to resolve this. The Eclipse community relies on using the javafx.swt module in an OSGi environment (see https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=482428), and it would certainly be good if conformance tests could be started as early as possible.
>> Best Regards,
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