|Re: e(fx)clipse nightly are based on Luna [message #1288610 is a reply to message #1288432]
||Tue, 08 April 2014 18:23
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
Well first of 0.9.0 also support Java8 so you could still go with it.
On your Luna All-In-One problem can you make sure your Eclipse IDE is
launched using Java8 - see "Nightly Builds of Tooling & Runtime require
JavaSE-8" in this group.
All bundles now require the IDE itself run on Java8. You can find out
which java was used to launch your IDE with Help > About Eclipse SDK >
Installation Details, if it is the wrong java you can force eclipse to
launch with a specific one using -vm %PATH_TO_YOUR_JAVA_EXE%
On 08.04.14 17:35, Claus Hoeltzcke wrote:
> first of all, I am new to JavaFX and e(fx)clipse.
> Starting off I tested fx with Kepler, installed 0.9 via the update site
> - all worked perfectly.
> Since I need some controls only available in Java 8 (DatePicker ...) I
> tested the "AllInOne" Luna SDK provided here. Probably I did something
> wrong, but I cannot find any FX plugins, e.g. to create a new FX project.
> It would be great if you could give me a hint to solve my problem.
> Thanks in advance, bye Claus
|Re: e(fx)clipse nightly are based on Luna [message #1289263 is a reply to message #1289205]
||Wed, 09 April 2014 07:09
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
The workspace settings don't matter which java is used to launch the
IDE. If you don't see the wizards this means that the bundles bringing
JavaFX support to you are not activated.
The only reason this can happen is that you are not launching Eclipse
itself with a JDK8! What does About Eclipse > Installation Details >
Configuration report as "java.version"?
You can also check the state of the bundles using the built-in host
console and typing "ss org.eclipse.fx" if they are only in the installed
state they can not be resolved because of the above reason.
On 09.04.14 08:00, Claus Hoeltzcke wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> thanks for your quick answer.
> I know Kepler has the Java8 option, but sooner or later I would switch
> to Luna anyway - now its sooner.
> I did run all with Java8 (jdk-8u20-ea-bin-b05-windows-x64-12_mar_2014).
> Only with the first startup of Luna a Java7 was used for the project
> itself, since the previous workspace settings where from Kepler.
> Could that be the problem - migrating the Kepler workspace to Luna?
> However, as I understand, I should see beyond 'New Project' the option
> to create a JavaFX project like in Kepler.
> There seems also no editor for opening/running the fxbuild file, the way
> I seen it in Kepler.
> In Kepler two libraries where listed in the project tree. The FX lib and
> the JRE. With Luna I only see the JRE - is that correct?
> The 'Installed Software' dialog in Luna lists (looks OK to me):
> e(fx)clipse - IDE 188.8.131.52404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - Basic 184.108.40.206404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.basic.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - Converter 220.127.116.11404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.converter.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - CSS 18.104.22.168404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.css.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - FXGraph 22.214.171.124404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.fxgraph.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - FXML 126.96.36.199404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.fxml.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - Mobile 188.8.131.52404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.mobile.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - PDE 184.108.40.206404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.pde.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse - IDE - RRobot 220.127.116.11404070704
> org.eclipse.fx.ide.rrobot.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> e(fx)clipse addons - Tooling - RoboVM Integration
> at.bestsolution.efxclipse.robovm.feature.feature.group BestSolution.at
> Bye, Claus
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