Aw: Re: "Toolkit already initialized" error with OpenJDK 11
marcel.au at web.de
Thu Oct 4 13:03:02 UTC 2018
I still have problems with the error: "java.lang.IllegalStateException: Toolkit already initialized".
However I found out that this error only occurs if I call SWT FXCanvas classes located in different Eclipse plugins.
I can create multiple JavaFX canvas if they are located in one Eclipse plugin.
Vice versa if I try to to open the JavaFX SceneBuilder canvas which is located in a seperate Eclipse plugin this error occurs again.
So I wonder that beginning with Java 9 the JavaFX toolkit doesn't recognize an already started toolkit in another Eclipse plugin (which was definitely the case with Java 8!).
Maybee this has something to do with the new module system of Java >=9?
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 26. September 2018 um 14:09 Uhr
Von: "Kevin Rushforth" <kevin.rushforth at oracle.com>
An: "marcel Austenfeld" <marcel.au at web.de>, openjfx-dev at openjdk.java.net
Betreff: Re: "Toolkit already initialized" error with OpenJDK 11
I'm' not aware of anything that intentionally changed between FX in JDK
8 and FX 11, but my guess is that the FX runtime is being shutdown after
your first FXCanvas exits. Try making the following call (only needed
one time) before creating your first FXCanvas:
On 9/26/2018 4:22 AM, marcel Austenfeld wrote:
> First of all congratulation to the new release and thank you for the hard work on JavaFX.
> I have a problem with JavaFX which in my case is embedded in a Rich Client Platform of Eclipse.
> I integrated several SWT FXCanvas (some with SwingNode panels as a SWT_AWT replacement) into my app.
> This works fine in Java 8 which my current release depends on.
> However in Java 11 after the second panel is initialized at startup I get the following error:
> "Caused by: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Toolkit already initialized"
> Is there a new option available to avoid a new initialization of the toolkit if several FXCanvas are embedded in an application?
> Or do you now any changes since Java 8 which could the cause of such an exception?
> Thanks in advance for any help.
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