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Eclipse and JavaFX 13 (possible user settings issue) [message #1816793] Thu, 07 November 2019 05:19 Go to next message
Dave Duncan is currently offline Dave DuncanFriend
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Hi! I'm on version 2019-09 with OpenJDK 13.0.1 and JavaFX 13. I'm currently able to get JavaFX apps to run in Eclipse by following the Eclipse-specific instructions at https:(two forward slashes) slash)openjfx-docs/. However, every time I start a new project, it's tiresome to have to first manually add the JavaFX JAR files to the project, then manually add JVM settings. I'm not able to get JavaFX 13 to permanently add in Eclipse as a user library, or to save the VM arguments as a permanent setting.

Is there a problem with my Eclipse setup if these settings can't be saved? If not, is there a way of making these JavaFX options easier to implement?
Re: Eclipse and JavaFX 13 (possible user settings issue) [message #1816806 is a reply to message #1816793] Thu, 07 November 2019 12:16 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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So you're specifically following one of these:

I does look like quite a bit of setup.

Note that you can edit your JRE in the preferences and add "Default VM options" so that you only have to do that once

Have you tried ? I'm not sure it works for Java 13....

All these build path things are stored in /<project>/.classpath, so you could copy such details from one project to another. You need to use the Filters... on the view menu to show .* files to be able to edit them easily.

Maybe these things will make it a bit less painful...

Ed Merks
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