Thanks so much for all these valuable suggestions :)

XCodeLegacy looks interesting, I thought of the symbolic link too but assumed 
there was a reason and good to know that you can change that behaviour in the 
build itself.
Looking forward to see that in the wiki!

Cheers and have a great weekend everyone!
~ Philipp

Am 04.04.2014 um 23:56 schrieb Stephen F Northover 

> Put this in your file:
> /Applications/
> We need to document this on the wiki.  Will do that Monday.  Gotta go now.
> Steve
> On 2014-04-04 5:31 PM, Philipp Dörfler wrote:
>> Hi,
>> just out of curiousity I wanted to build OpenJFX, but although I followed 
>> the instructions at
>> I can’t get it to work.
>> gradle 1.8 fails when building :fxpackage:compileLauncher as follows:
>> :fxpackager:compileLauncher
>> clang: warning: no such sysroot directory: 
>> '/Applications/'
>> /Users/phi/Documents/workspace/OpenJFX8-rt/modules/fxpackager/src/main/native/launcher/mac/main.m:26:9:
>>  fatal error: 'Cocoa/Cocoa.h' file not found
>> #import <Cocoa/Cocoa.h>
>>         ^
>> 1 error generated.
>> :fxpackager:compileLauncher FAILED
>> I do not have a 10.7 SDK on my 10.9 Mac, but I do have a 10.8 and 10.9:
>> $ ls 
>> /Applications/
>> MacOSX10.8.sdk MacOSX10.9.sdk
>> According to „the internet™“ I would have to find an old version of Xcode 
>> (apparently 4.3.3) because that’s the only way to find an old SDK.
>> As I’m sure that you guys have valid reasons to stick to 10.7 I think it 
>> would not hurt to mention this on the wiki page mentioned above stating that 
>> one needs XCode not newer than 4.3.3 and that old XCode versions can be 
>> downloaded on the Apple Developer website.
>> I would add it myself but as I’m not a contributor I don’t have the required 
>> permissions, so all I can do is to ask here for inclusion of that.
>> Thanks! May that be the only obstacle in building JFX8.

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