the same apply to rhel 6 and 7 as described in #1145303. is there any plan to include JavaFX in java-1.8.0-openjdk?
Deffinitely not inside openjdk. And probablky not in baseOS. And definitely not for 7.2. Sorry.
JavaFX is in fedora and is quite painful to maintain for now.
Once it is settled its default inclusion in openjdk will be a must.
*** Bug 1539796 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I have implemented javafx-desc support for ITW. It works moreover fine with JavaFX as we have it in fedora. I have posted long info into Fedora bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1145303#c140
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Nack'd for 7.7, but didn't mean to close this completely.
Any chance that JavaFX will be shipped with openjdk 11 ?
(In reply to Deepu K S from comment #9)
> Any chance that JavaFX will be shipped with openjdk 11 ?
Hi Deepu, we have no plans to support JavaFX at this time (11 or otherwise).
Just to confirm: this decision is also related to the providing rpm's for any future JavaFX versions (independently on any OpenJDK "X" packages, since JavaFX was separated from JDK)?
Means, as RHEL customers, we will never be able to consume JavaFX libraries provided by Red Hat?
I see that there are rpms from https://openjfx.io/ (via https://gluonhq.com/products/javafx/), and looking for similar rpm's from Red Hat.