"javapackager" in no-mans-land?
kamlesh.prajapati at hops.healthcare
Thu Sep 20 19:05:50 UTC 2018
Currently , I used javafx 8 with JNLP Application.
Is JNLP application support in javafx11 + java11 ?
Any idea about auto update application in win(exe),mac,linux base
On Wed, Sep 19, 2018 at 11:54 AM Lennart Börjeson <lenborje at gmail.com>
> It was migrated, but removed...
> The recommended work-around is to use the javapackager in OracleJDK 10
> when packing Java/OpenJfx 11 applications.
> That may or may not be practical depending on your build setup. Also, if
> you’re currently using the UserJvmOptions services, these are also gone in
> Java/OpenJfx 11, and it would complicate the build process even further if
> you were required to separate the parts needing to compile with OracleJDK
> 10, too.
> I’m using Gradle to build my project, and it is currently dependent on the
> javafx-Gradle-plugin to package. To upgrade to Java/OpenJfx 11, and still
> keep the javapackager, I would need to refactor:
> 1) my code base, to separate the parts needed to compile with OracleJDK 10
> to get the UserJvmOptions,
> 2) my Gradle structure, to run in three steps (compile some parts with 10,
> compile most parts with 11, package all with 10 while still linking most
> from 11).
> It’s too much for me. I’ve decided to remain at Java 10 and wait until
> there’s a javapackager replacement. The javafx-Gradle-plugin has also been
> deprecated due to the loss of the javapackager, so I’m stuck anyway with
> Java 10 unless I rework my entire build structure substantially. I’m hoping
> for a future Gradle plugin replacement.
> Seriously, it would be much easier to build my own JDK with OpenJfx, the
> javapackager and UserJvmOptions Service still bundled with it, but then I’d
> step up to a completely different level of support commitment...
> /Lennart Börjeson
> Epistula electronica a meo computatro tabulari missa est
> > 18 sep. 2018 kl. 22:37 skrev Tom Golden <tgolden at andplus.com>:
> > I understand that along with JavaFX being removed from the Oracle JDK
> > distribution in Java 11, the Oracle team will no longer release the
> > `javapackager` tool.
> > I also see there is a JEP discussing an eventual replacement, JEP-343 (
> > http://openjdk.java.net/jeps/343).
> > Just to confirm, the tool was NOT migrated to OpenJFX with the rest of
> > JavaFX code, correct? So until JEP-343 is implemented in a future release
> > (?) there is no "official" way to package native installers for JavaFX
> > applications?
> > If so, is it in theory still possible to use the Oracle javapackager tool
> > from earlier releases? Or should we remain on Java 10 for the time being?
> > --
> > Thanks,
> > Tom Golden
> > Technical Architect
> > AndPlus, LLC
> > 257 Turnpike Road
> > Southborough, MA 01772
> > Phone 508-425-7533
> > http://www.andplus.com
Thanks With Regards,
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