That will be a question for Gluon.
Michael Paus wrote:
How will these changes then be synchronized with the work Gluon is
doing for the version
distributed by them? Do they work on the same repo?
Am 12.03.18 um 23:25 schrieb Kevin Rushforth:
By way of update, after thinking about this for a week (and getting
some offline feedback), I no longer propose doing this -- at least
not for the short-mid term. I've retargeted this RFE to tbd_major and
lowered the priority to P4.
Having said that, we don't have any plans to modify SceneBuilder, but
will happily accept contributions.
Florian Brunner wrote:
OK, this still comes a bit as a surprise as the source code has been
kept in the repo and was not just provided as a ZIP file.
I'm currently working on a tool based on the SceneBuilder Kit. I
needed to work on the code a bit and was planning to donate the code
back to OpenJFX once released, as I was under the impression OpenJFX
would serve as the master / upstream-repo for all SceneBuilder
forks. I was also under the impression that OpenJFX at least would
make sure the code works with any new JDK / JavaFX version and hoped
it would get support for new controls, if any were added to JavaFX.
Am Freitag, 2. März 2018, 09:12:15 CET schrieb Kevin Rushforth:
I filed the following JBS isuse to remova the SceneBuilder sources
from the OpenJFX repo.
As mentioned in the Description of that issue, the OpenJFX repo
contains the source code for a no-longer-maintained version of the
SceneBuilder tool. Active development on SceneBuilder in the
OpenJFX repo was stopped over three years ago. Since that time, the
only changes have been either jigsaw-related changes to keep it
buildable and runnable, or global changes that happened to touch
some of the files in apps/scenebuilder.
A fork of SceneBuilder is maintained by Gluon, so anyone wanting to
get the latest SceneBuilder should go there.
Before I proceed, I wanted to poll the list to see whether anyone
has a concern with this. I don't plan to take any action for at
least a week.