Release roadmap for 2 already-merged TableView PRs
kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Tue Jan 28 12:57:05 UTC 2020
JavaFX is unbundled (i.e., shipped separately from the JDK) since JDK
11. Early access builds of JavaFX 14 have been available for quite some
time . The GA release is scheduled for Tuesday, March 10 .
Hope this helps.
On 1/28/2020 3:49 AM, Ed Kennard wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> In Java 9 there were some issues introduced into the TableView code which significantly reduced the extensibility of the skinning. These issues were blocking ones for us, in terms of migrating from 8 to 11, since we rely heavily on what was originally exposed, a good example being the resizeColumnToFitContent method, originally a protected method in TableViewSkin but moved to the static TableSkinUtils.
> I’ve found in the more recent history 2 separate commits by Samir Hadzic which I believe completely solve this for us:
>  8207942: Add new protected VirtualFlow methods for subclassing (exposes reorderingProperty, fixed for Java 12)
>  8207957: TableSkinUtils should not contain actual code implementation (exposes resizeColumnToFitContent again, fixed for Java 14)
> This is excellent news, thanks guys!
> It looks like the first opportunity to benefit from both changes is to wait for the upcoming Java 14 pre-release Feb 6th - is that on schedule, and please could I try that out? Then am I correct in thinking it will be officially published at AdpotOpenJDK on March 17th?
>  https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8207942
>  https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8207957
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