"Using an IDE" Page outdated
tom.schindl at bestsolution.at
Tue Jan 14 07:53:26 UTC 2020
I think Nir nor I uses them as gradle Projects because you have the
.classpath, .project, ... .
On 14.01.20 08:12, Robert Lichtenberger wrote:
> Yes, I did run a gradle build (for which I had to tweak
> buildSrc/linux.gradle to ignore some deprecations -- see my other post to
> the list) successfully.
> I use a completely fresh workspace, updated my JFX sources, I use Eclipse
> 2019-12 and jdk-13.0.1+9 on Fedora 31.
> These are my steps:
> * open eclipse,
> * choose "Import projects" then "Gradle" -> "Existing Gradle project"
> * give the top level folder of my repository (/home/rli/PWEs/jfx in my case)
> * Use the gradle wrapper (i.e. no changes on the wizards next page)
> * The project structure is given correctly, so I click finish
> Eclipse then loads the projects but gives out the aforementioned error.
> I've made a 1-minute video clip showing my steps:
> I'll try to find out what is going wrong here. Could you tell me which
> versions (JFX sources, Eclipse, JDK) you are using?
> Am Mo., 13. Jan. 2020 um 17:59 Uhr schrieb Nir Lisker <nlisker at gmail.com>:
>> Never seen this problem before. Did you run a Gradle build?  It needs to
>> generated required resources.
>> Also, the Eclipse files for some projects are not updated (though for the
>> modules they are fine, so it's not the problem you are having). My patch
>> for them was pending review by other Eclipse users and no one tested it, so
>> if you are up for it I could resume work on it.
>> - Nir
>> On Mon, Jan 13, 2020 at 5:35 PM Robert Lichtenberger <
>> r.lichtenberger at synedra.com> wrote:
>>> Hmm. Eclipse would suit me fine, so I've tried to import a current
>>> repository to Eclipse but it gives me (among others) this error:
>>> Description Resource Path Location Type
>>> Cannot nest
>>> inside library
>>> 'home/rli/PWEs/jfx/modules/javafx.base/build/classes/java/main' base
>>> Build path Build Path Problem
>>> The Workspace was completely new, all the other stuff (JDK 12, Java
>>> Compiliance Level) should be ok.
>>> Do you have any idea what is going wrong here? Smells like module system
>>> problems :-(.
>>> Best regards,
>>> On 2020-01-10 17:52, Nir Lisker wrote:
>>> Hi Robert,
>>> I've brought this up in the past.
>>> I think that the best solution is for someone from the community to take
>>> that task. I try to keep the Eclipse section updated, we will need
>>> for the other IDE's.
>>> - Nir
>>> On Fri, Jan 10, 2020 at 10:54 AM Robert Lichtenberger <
>>> r.lichtenberger at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I've noticed that
>>>> seems a bit outdated (refers to JDK 1.8, a folder named "rt", which no
>>>> longer exists, etc.).
>>>> Could someone please update this page so that it is easier for newcomers
>>>> dive into the development of OpenJFX.
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