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Re: [equinox-dev] Simpler JavaFX class loading

PDE wouldn¹t let me export packages not defined in my plug-in.

BTW, I¹ve created a pretty simple class loading hook that works. I¹m
actually surprised the BundleLoader doesn¹t try something like this in
it¹s search algorithm.

	public Class<?> postFindClass(String name, ModuleClassLoader classLoader)
throws ClassNotFoundException {
    if (name.startsWith("javafx.") || name.startsWith("com.sun.glass") ||
name.startsWith("com.sun.javafx")) {
        return ClassLoader.getSystemClassLoader().loadClass(name);
    } else {
        return null;

On 2/25/2014, 11:43 AM, "Alex Blewitt" <alex.blewitt@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Can you not just install a fragment to the system bundle that exports the
>javafx packages?
>Sent from my iPhone 5
>> On 25 Feb 2014, at 16:15, Doug Schaefer <dschaefer@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hey gang,
>> I¹m aware of the work Tom S has done with class loading hooks to get
>>JavaFX classes to load. I¹m just wondering if there are easier
>>approaches we could be following, something we can put in the
>>JavaSE-1.8.profile file or somewhere else so that we can make this a
>>more data driven approach. It¹s a pain to have to set the
>>osgi.framework.extensions property for every product we want to build
>>with JavaFX support. I¹m aware that not every 1.8 VM will have JavaFX in
>>it, but for those that do, I¹d love to see this support enabled
>>automagicly. Any thoughts?
>> Thanks,
>> Doug.
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