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    Default javaFX with java-11-openjdk

    JavaFX is not part of java-11-openjdk any more.
    It is distributed as a separate package.
    Does a package for JavaFX exist in one of the openSUSE compatible
    repositories and what is it called?
    My searches in this direction were fruitless.

    Do I need to install ist manually?
    Where would I get it then?


    grateful for any help

    Peter

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    Default Re: javaFX with java-11-openjdk

    This was the subject of a thread in the Applications forum not that long ago (maybe 6 months?)

    JavaFX originally was developed for openJDK as a separate package, but IIRC 6 months ago(actual integration might have happened long before then), documentation said that it was accepted into and distributed as part of openjdk-devel (the openjdk equivale3nt of Oracle JDK)

    If you think that things have changed again for some reason, pls post the references you're using, thx.

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    Default Re: javaFX with java-11-openjdk

    Quote Originally Posted by pschmitt View Post
    JavaFX is not part of java-11-openjdk any more.
    It is distributed as a separate package.
    Does a package for JavaFX exist in one of the openSUSE compatible
    repositories and what is it called?
    My searches in this direction were fruitless.

    Do I need to install ist manually?
    Where would I get it then?


    grateful for any help

    Peter
    openSUSE packages are outdated (v 1.8). For current versions see https://gluonhq.com/products/javafx/ Download, unzip and add to classpath.
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    Default Re: javaFX with java-11-openjdk

    Quote Originally Posted by karlmistelberger View Post
    openSUSE packages are outdated (v 1.8). For current versions see https://gluonhq.com/products/javafx/ Download, unzip and add to classpath.
    openjdk-devel (which AFAIK should include JavaFX today) should be matched to the installed, configured and enabled version of openjdk, I don't recommend mixing and matching. If you believe a package should be updated, I'd instead recommend submitting a feature request ot https://bugzilla.opensuse.org.

    As for openjdk version, I see that openjdk 13 is currently available in openSUSE repos (I assume that isn't the very, very ancient openjdk 1.3).

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    Default Re: javaFX with java-11-openjdk

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    openjdk-devel (which AFAIK should include JavaFX today) should be matched to the installed, configured and enabled version of openjdk, I don't recommend mixing and matching. If you believe a package should be updated, I'd instead recommend submitting a feature request ot https://bugzilla.opensuse.org.

    As for openjdk version, I see that openjdk 13 is currently available in openSUSE repos (I assume that isn't the very, very ancient openjdk 1.3).

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