Re: Planning for JavaFX.next

2016-12-09 Thread Felix Bembrick
I think what Abu says here is a good concept to apply more "globally". I believe there should be a way to get access to the native APIs or contexts "in general" across all of the main JavaFX features (such as the OpenGL context etc.), just in case you find yourself in a situation where the

Re: Planning for JavaFX.next

2016-12-09 Thread Felix Bembrick
Rather than a "GLNode", I'm a strong advocate for a more API-agnostic "3D Canvas Node", given that JavaFX supports both OpenGL and Direct 3D currently (and one would expert Vulkan as well in the longer run). But such a node type is IMHO absolutely critical for JavaFX and, for me, is the most

Re: Planning for JavaFX.next

2016-12-07 Thread Felix Bembrick
How about: 1. Greatly enhanced 3D support including (but not limited to) a 3D Canvas. 2. Significantly increased scene graph rendering performance (it may have been done already). 3. Official mobile and embedded support (without having to rely on Gluon etc., even though they are doing a

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-28 Thread Felix Bembrick
ot off topic - it’s an important topic for the future of JavaFX. > > >> Am 28.11.2016 um 06:54 schrieb Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com>: >> >> Sorry Gerrit - you did indeed. >> >> Maybe you'd also like to participate in the offline discussion (especially

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-28 Thread Felix Bembrick
Agreed. > On 28 Nov. 2016, at 19:08, Michael Paus <m...@jugs.org> wrote: > >> Am 28.11.16 um 08:51 schrieb Felix Bembrick: >> Great - good to see interest growing. >> >> Especially given that you work for Oracle, right? > Sorry, if I have to disappoint y

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-28 Thread Felix Bembrick
No disappointment, no surprises. It was a rhetorical question... > On 28 Nov. 2016, at 19:08, Michael Paus <m...@jugs.org> wrote: > >> Am 28.11.16 um 08:51 schrieb Felix Bembrick: >> Great - good to see interest growing. >> >> Especially given that you w

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
> >> Am 28.11.16 um 06:54 schrieb Felix Bembrick: >> Sorry Gerrit - you did indeed. >> >> Maybe you'd also like to participate in the offline discussion (especially >> now that you don't work for Oracle)? >> >>> On 28 Nov. 2016, at 16:07, han.s..

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
Gerrit > > > Am 27. Nov. 2016, 22:58 +0100 schrieb Felix Bembrick > <felix.bembr...@gmail.com>: >> Well, given that you and Benjamin seem to be the only people interested in >> it, perhaps we should discuss it offline (so as not to bother Oracle or spam >> lis

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
ur HPR renderer? > > > > >> Am 25.11.2016 um 16:45 schrieb Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com>: >> >> Short answer? Maybe. >> >> But exactly one more word than any from Oracle ;-) >> >>> On 26 Nov. 2016, at 00:07, Tobias Bley <b..

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-25 Thread Felix Bembrick
Short answer? Maybe. But exactly one more word than any from Oracle ;-) > On 26 Nov. 2016, at 00:07, Tobias Bley <b...@jpro.io> wrote: > > A very short answer ;) …. > > Do you have any URL? > > > > > >> Am 25.11.2016 um 12:19 schrieb Felix Bembr

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-25 Thread Felix Bembrick
bout boosting up the JavaFX >> >>> rendering performance. I can confirm that the performance of JavaFX >> >>> scene graph is not there where it should be. So multithreading would be >> >>> an excellent, but difficult approach. >> >>> >

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-25 Thread Felix Bembrick
Yes. > On 25 Nov. 2016, at 21:45, Tobias Bley <b...@jpro.io> wrote: > > Hi, > > @Felix: Is there any Github project, demo video or trial to test HPR with > JavaFX? > > Best regards, > Tobi > > > > >> Am 11.11.2016 um 12:08 schrieb Felix

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-11 Thread Felix Bembrick
gt; > performance? > > > > 2) your HPR sounds great. Did you already try DemoFX (part 3) benchmark > > with your HPR? > > > > > > Best regards, > > Tobi > > > > > > > Am 10.11.2016 um 19:11 schrieb Felix Bembrick <felix

Re: Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-11 Thread Felix Bembrick
ng but are > faster than JavaFX? > > So maybe there are other points than multithreading where we can boost the > performance? > > 2) your HPR sounds great. Did you already try DemoFX (part 3) benchmark with > your HPR? > > > Best regards, > Tobi > > >> Am

Optimised, high-performance, multi-threaded rendering pipeline

2016-11-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
(Thanks to Kevin for lifting my "awaiting moderation" impasse). So, with all the recent discussions regarding the great contribution by Laurent Bourgès of MarlinFX, it was suggested that a separate thread be started to discuss parallelisation of the JavaFX rendering pipeline in general. As has

Re: Marlin-Renderer and JavaFX

2016-11-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
> What about performance benchmark? Did you already tried to benchmark your > prototype with DemoFX from Chris Newsland? > > https://github.com/chriswhocodes/DemoFX > <https://github.com/chriswhocodes/DemoFX> > > > > > > >> Am 10.11.2016

Re: Marlin-Renderer and JavaFX

2016-11-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
arted any parallelization? > > > >> Am 10.11.2016 um 01:02 schrieb Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com>: >> >> If you want to know how to parallelise the JavaFX pipeline (or how it's >> already been done with amazing results) then talk to me. >> >> I

Re: Marlin-Renderer and JavaFX

2016-11-09 Thread Felix Bembrick
> On 10 Nov. 2016, at 10:27, Jim Graham wrote: > > On 10/20/16 5:34 AM, Kevin Rushforth wrote: >>> For now the OpenPiscesRasterizer class uses a static Renderer (single >>> instance) so it is single-threaded. >>> >>> In MarlinFX I could prepare the multi-threading

Re: Marlin-Renderer and JavaFX

2016-11-09 Thread Felix Bembrick
If you want to know how to parallelise the JavaFX pipeline (or how it's already been done with amazing results) then talk to me. If, of course, this email gets moderated... > On 10 Nov. 2016, at 10:57, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > >> On 10

Re: Exception running FXMark with JavaFX 9

2016-08-17 Thread Felix Bembrick
adim > >> On 17.08.2016 10:50, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> OK, I have read the article and followed Rahman's advice (thanks!) and here >> are my VM args now: >> >> -Djavafx.animation.fullspeed=true >> -addmods ALL-DEFAULT,java.se.ee >> -XaddExports:j

Re: Exception running FXMark with JavaFX 9

2016-08-17 Thread Felix Bembrick
javafx.base/com. > sun.javafx.perf=ALL-UNNAMED > > Thanks. > > 2016-08-16 8:50 GMT+03:00 Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com>: > >> I am trying to port FXMark from Java 8 to Java 9 but encounter this >> exception: >> >> Caused by: java.lang

Exception running FXMark with JavaFX 9

2016-08-16 Thread Felix Bembrick
I am trying to port FXMark from Java 8 to Java 9 but encounter this exception: Caused by: java.lang.IllegalAccessError: class com.bembrick.fxmark.HUD (in unnamed module @0x59223fd5) cannot access class com.sun.javafx.perf.PerformanceTracker (in module javafx.graphics) because module

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-22 Thread Felix Bembrick
> wrote: > >> On 22.07.2016 11:15, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> Hi Vadim, >> >> I am very open-minded about this. Anything is possible (including, as I >> mentioned, that I wrote FXMark very poorly). >> >> Can you help by detailing what tools you use to

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-22 Thread Felix Bembrick
> On 22 Jul 2016, at 19:02, Vadim Pakhnushev <vadim.pakhnus...@oracle.com> > wrote: > >> On 22.07.2016 11:15, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> Hi Vadim, >> >> I am very open-minded about this. Anything is possible (including, as I >> mentioned, that I w

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-22 Thread Felix Bembrick
l to track CPU/GPU usage while running a benchmark. > Could it be that your very fast machine is limited by some synchronization > issues and CPU/GPU is essentially idle while slower machine is running 100% > CPU? > > Vadim > >> On 22.07.2016 3:35, Felix Bembrick wrot

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-21 Thread Felix Bembrick
eference of the Map is the aircraft, you can't just move > the whole map when the position of the aircraft changes, because you have > to compute the coordinates of each element in the projection system. > > Hervé > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Jul 21, 2016, at 23:55, Felix Bem

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-21 Thread Felix Bembrick
JOGL), but (at least for our own >> usage) what additional performance benefits we could maybe achieve were not >> worth the amount of work we would have needed to get them (if we had any). >> >> Hervé >> >> Sent from my iPad >> >>>> On 21

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-21 Thread Felix Bembrick
used OpenGL before (used JOGL), but (at least for our own usage) what > additional performance benefits we could maybe achieve were not worth the > amount of work we would have needed to get them (if we had any). > > Hervé > > Sent from my iPad > >> On 21 juil.

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-21 Thread Felix Bembrick
nd a way to really speed up the graphics >>> performance and I am a little bit frustrated because of that. But it is not >>> only the general graphic performance which is a problem. There are also a >>> lot of other pitfalls into which you can stumble and which can

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-21 Thread Felix Bembrick
es and how to best address > them but my impression so far is that there are only very view people > interested > in that. (I hope someone can prove me wrong on this :-) > > Michael > >> Am 20.07.16 um 04:14 schrieb Felix Bembrick: >> Having written and tested F

Re: Scene graph performance

2016-07-21 Thread Felix Bembrick
ne of these issues. > > I would like to have some exchange on these issues and how to best address > them but my impression so far is that there are only very view people > interested > in that. (I hope someone can prove me wrong on this :-) > > Michael > >> Am 20.07

Looking forward to JavaFX 9!

2016-06-14 Thread Felix Bembrick
OK, I have learned my lesson - I will be careful to be strictly on-topic and very well behaved in this post. So, I would simply request if someone could please provide a complete list of all the NEW features that are either planned or possibly going to be included in JavaFX 9. Being totally

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-14 Thread Felix Bembrick
Mario, I would really love to agree with you but then sadly we'd both be wrong. But thanks for not sending this email just to me "offline" for a change (and for being far more polite)... > On 14 Jun 2016, at 21:05, Mario Torre wrote: > > On Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-14 Thread Felix Bembrick
Houston, we do have a > real problem here and quite a few frustrated Java advocates. > > Over and out. > > Robert > >> On Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 4:26 PM, dalibor topic <dalibor.to...@oracle.com> >> wrote: >>> On 13.06.2016 15:02, Felix Bembrick wrote:

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-13 Thread Felix Bembrick
ailing list is a useful tool to deal with individuals > which contribute negatively to a project, if they don't seem to be able to > change their act. > > cheers, > dalibor topic > >> On 13.06.2016 14:11, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> Dear Dalibor, >> >>

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-13 Thread Felix Bembrick
in > removal from it without further warning. > > cheers, > dalibor topic > >> On 13.06.2016 12:37, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> Thanks you most sincerely Dalibor for that very direct response. >> >> Only... it wasn't really, was it? >> >> You "

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-13 Thread Felix Bembrick
development. > > As it stands, your current mode of participation on this mailing list is a > net loss for this community, and apparently, for yourself as well, judging > by what seems to be an increasing amount of bitterness in your posts. > > You can change that. > > All t

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
ould be interested, but only if they knew it wasn't > going to disappear. > > Mark > >> On Jun 10, 2016 6:29 AM, "Felix Bembrick" <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: >> Dalibor, please forgive me for assuming that Oracle had access to an English >>

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
ederlande > Handelsregister der Handelskammer Midden-Niederlande, Nr. 30143697 > Geschäftsführer: Alexander van der Ven, Jan Schultheiss, Val Maher > > <http://www.oracle.com/commitment> Oracle is committed to developing > practices and products that help protect the

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
, Ranie Jade Ramiso <raniejaderam...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Okay this thread is about what to do with javafx jmx plugin. How does that > even relate to whether oracle is using javafx internally? > > >> On Fri, Jun 10, 2016, 7:52 PM Felix Bembrick <felix.bemb

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
t; There are projects at Oracle who for sure do use JavaFX and one of them > is installed in your JDK! It's Java-Mission-Control. > > Tom > >> On 10.06.16 12:46, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> I am taking that as a "yes" answer to my original question

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
I am taking that as a "yes" answer to my original question. On a completely unrelated topic, do Microsoft employees all have Macs on their desktops and carry iPhones and iPads around? No? Well I bet Apple employees do! > On 10 Jun 2016, at 20:01, dalibor topic

Full speed animation - shouldn't the default value be true?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
I am just curious, why is the system property to enable "full speed animations" in JavaFX applications NOT set to "true" by default? Thanks, Felix

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
I am sorry if this is a question you would prefer not to answer but I believe the answer is significant. I am sure the entire JavaFX community would love to know if Oracle "eats their own dog food" so to speak. Felix On 9 June 2016 at 10:02, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gma

Re: Anyone using JMX with JavaFX?

2016-06-08 Thread Felix Bembrick
So, if I'm not correct, does that mean that by choosing option 1, there will no remaining usage of JavaFX internally by Oracle themselves? Felix On 9 June 2016 at 08:31, Kevin Rushforth wrote: > As some of you may be aware, JavaFX has shipped a JMX plugin as a

Re: HEADS-UP: plan to integrate a newer WebKit into 9-dev next week.

2016-05-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
nything further to add about WebGL, if that's what you are > asking. > > As for moving to Blink, that would be a very large effort. We do not > currently plan to do this for JDK 10, but could reevaluate it in the future > if something changes. > > -- Kevin > >

Re: HEADS-UP: plan to integrate a newer WebKit into 9-dev next week.

2016-05-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
Any comments on this? Isn't it time to move to Blink? > On 13 May 2016, at 04:32, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Thanks Kevin. > > I was more curious as to why WebGL support hasn't been there since day 1, > given that WebKit itself supports it. &g

Re: HEADS-UP: plan to integrate a newer WebKit into 9-dev next week.

2016-05-12 Thread Felix Bembrick
DK 9 is focused on > Jigsaw modularity and a few other minor features. It is more of a "smoothing > out" release than a big feature release (except for Jigsaw). We expect JDK 10 > to be a somewhat more feature-oriented release. > > -- Kevin > > > Felix Bembrick

Re: HEADS-UP: plan to integrate a newer WebKit into 9-dev next week.

2016-05-11 Thread Felix Bembrick
very least since JFX 8. > On 12 May 2016, at 01:11, Kevin Rushforth <kevin.rushfo...@oracle.com> wrote: > > No. WebGL support is not planned for JDK 9. We will look at this for JDK 10. > > -- Kevin > > > Felix Bembrick wrote: >> Will this new WebKit finally

Re: HEADS-UP: plan to integrate a newer WebKit into 9-dev next week.

2016-05-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
Will this new WebKit finally support WebGL? Just by supporting WebGL in the JavaFX WebView will instantly enable an entire new set of 3D features and access to a plethora of JavaScript 3D libraries for "free". And, Google Maps will finally work too. > On 11 May 2016, at 08:20, Kevin Rushforth

Re: What does this mean for the future of JavaFX on iOS?

2016-04-19 Thread Felix Bembrick
uon, it doesn't make a difference. >> >> - Johan >> >> >>> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 6:52 PM, Steve Hannah <st...@weblite.ca> wrote: >>> >>> According to Gluon, they're not impacted by this. >>> https://twitter.com/GluonH

Re: What does this mean for the future of JavaFX on iOS?

2016-04-18 Thread Felix Bembrick
which does not require an Oracle license) would > be *really* cool. Let's see if we can continue to make this happen in > one way or another. > > On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 7:20 PM, Felix Bembrick > <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: >> So what AOT will you be using now? The last

Re: What does this mean for the future of JavaFX on iOS?

2016-04-18 Thread Felix Bembrick
>> @xamarin) is still almost entirely relevant >> http://gluonhq.com/gluon-supports-multiple-jvms/ > > > On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 10:07 AM, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> So what do they use instead? >> >>> On 19 Apr 2016, a

Re: What does this mean for the future of JavaFX on iOS?

2016-04-18 Thread Felix Bembrick
Johan > > >> On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 6:52 PM, Steve Hannah <st...@weblite.ca> wrote: >> According to Gluon, they're not impacted by this. >> https://twitter.com/GluonHQ/status/721784161728471041 >> >> >> >>> On Mon, Apr 18, 20

Re: What does this mean for the future of JavaFX on iOS?

2016-04-18 Thread Felix Bembrick
So what do they use instead? > On 19 Apr 2016, at 02:52, Steve Hannah <st...@weblite.ca> wrote: > > According to Gluon, they're not impacted by this. > https://twitter.com/GluonHQ/status/721784161728471041 > > > > On Mon, Apr 18, 2016 at 9:36 AM, Felix Bemb

What does this mean for the future of JavaFX on iOS?

2016-04-18 Thread Felix Bembrick
I just read this article which states that RoboVM is effectively "shutting down". https://www.voxxed.com/blog/2016/04/robovm/ Given that they seem to be a critical part of the puzzle that is making JavaFX viable on mobile platforms, what does this actually mean for that goal? Is there an

Re: Learning Prism

2016-03-07 Thread Felix Bembrick
+1 I too would love to dive as deep as possible and improve anything that needs improving so some guidance would help greatly! Felix On 8 March 2016 at 14:45, Jeffrey Guenther wrote: > Hi Devs, > > I’m interested in learning more about JavaFX’s low level graphics >

Feature matrix

2016-01-17 Thread Felix Bembrick
I think developers would find it useful if there was a maintained spreadsheet that was kept as current as possible that details each major JavaFX feature and the status of its implementation on each platform. The values could be something like "FULL" (the feature is fully implemented and

Oracle's mobile JDK ports & JavaFX

2015-12-15 Thread Felix Bembrick
With Oracle now officially announcing their intention to port the Java 9 JDK to iOS, Android and even Windows Phone, how does this impact or fit in with the current work being done through OpenJFXPorts and Gluon with JavaFX? Is it something that could be used with JavaFX, complementing the

Re: Future of JavaFX

2015-12-01 Thread Felix Bembrick
aFX was presented by Oracle as the Swing replacement. If after a short > time they revert from that position, what would that mean for any other > statement? > > > Citeren Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com>: > >> If JavaFX stays under Oracle control, it wi

Re: Future of JavaFX

2015-12-01 Thread Felix Bembrick
own video > shows like Adam Bien. Build some excitement about what your have done > with FX in your applications. Grow some con** and come down with > the attitude. > > The good news is that JDK 9 will bring a better deployment story for > Java on the whole. You can have l

Re: Future of JavaFX

2015-11-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
The problem is that JavaFX is not used in any Oracle products (whereas Swing is), it makes them no money and it fact they are constantly bleeding while maintaining a team to develop a product that brings in no money and doesn't fit into their whole "cloud is everything" strategy. I would say

Re: Future of JavaFX

2015-11-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
re not in he game anymore. > > I think the solution could be: > - more developers (even in India :-) ) > - make OpenJFX to a real open source project > > - Alex > > From: Felix Bembrick > Sent: 01.12.15, 03:00 > To: Casall, Alexander > Cc: Donald Smith, openjfx mail

Re: pisces, produceFillAlphas

2015-11-17 Thread Felix Bembrick
Hi Johan, Have you been able to find enough time to be able to answer this question? In my present situation, clarity on these issues is extremely important to me and I would guess to many others as well. Thanks, Felix > On 18 Oct 2015, at 19:01, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gma

Re: pisces, produceFillAlphas

2015-11-02 Thread Felix Bembrick
Johan? I really need this kind of information and you seem to be the most qualified person to provide it. Cheers, Felix > On 31 Oct 2015, at 19:23, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi Johan, > > Now that your workload has hopefully lessened a bit a

Re: pisces, produceFillAlphas

2015-10-31 Thread Felix Bembrick
Hi Johan, Now that your workload has hopefully lessened a bit after J1, do you think you could find some time to address this question of mine from earlier? Thanks, Felix > On 18 Oct 2015, at 19:01, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi Johan, > > If

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
avaFX performance. > > Cheers, Chris > > >> On 2015-10-28 17:24:38, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: >> I just installed JavaFX on my new Windows 10 machine which is extremely >> powerful but has two 4K monitors and while everythi

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
> JavaFX just can't handle SLI properly. Among gamers I've often heard that > it's a notoriously problematic configuration. Can you switch your card to > non-SLI mode and retest performance? > > --Chris > >> On 2015-10-30 09:19, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> I am u

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
gt; wrote: > > Having 200 cores won't help you with anything unless you explicitly customize > your code to make use of them. > > - Original Message - > From: "Felix Bembrick" <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> > To: "Chris Nahr" <chris.n...@g

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
because of the > differences in hardware... but the lack of performance is the poor code in > your software. > > - Original Message - > From: "Felix Bembrick" <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> > To: "Bogdan Ibanescu" <bibane...@montran.com> > Cc

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
t;...jim > >> On 10/27/15 11:24 PM, Felix Bembrick wrote: >> I just installed JavaFX on my new Windows 10 machine which is extremely >> powerful but has two 4K monitors and while everything looks great and the >> right "size", the performance is ver

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
ol to 2GB) > > ...jim > > > On 10/30/15 12:59 PM, Felix Bembrick wrote: > >> Hi Jim, >> >> I had Windows 10 on my previous machine and my wife's low-end PC is also >> running Win10 and the same version of Java. >> >> But I have

Re: Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
not an SLI or driver problem, what is going on here (or not going on)? Felix > On 30 Oct 2015, at 19:47, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > That's curious. SLI is designed specifically with gamers in mind! > > I'll investigating running without SLI and re

Windows Hi-DPI

2015-10-28 Thread Felix Bembrick
I just installed JavaFX on my new Windows 10 machine which is extremely powerful but has two 4K monitors and while everything looks great and the right "size", the performance is very sluggish to say the least. Is this because Hi-DPI is not yet supported in JavaFX on Windows? Thanks, Fix

Re: pisces, produceFillAlphas

2015-10-18 Thread Felix Bembrick
Hi Johan, If you have been getting acceptable but not stunning performance on Android and all this time hardware acceleration was not being utilised then it sounds like there is some serious room for some dramatic performance increases. Not being that familiar with the finer points of how

Java & JavaFX on mobiles

2015-10-07 Thread Felix Bembrick
The world of Java and JavaFX is growing more confusing than ever it seems. Some say Oracle is cutting back on funding for Java because it is effectively helping its competitors. Sounds similar to Google forking WebKit so they weren't writing code for Apple. But now we hear of the looming

Re: Java & JavaFX on mobiles

2015-10-07 Thread Felix Bembrick
y be AOT compiling. > >> On Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 2:11 PM, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> >> wrote: >> The world of Java and JavaFX is growing more confusing than ever it seems. >> >> Some say Oracle is cutting back on funding for Java because it i

More fun with layered icons in javaFX - GuiGarage

2015-09-19 Thread Felix Bembrick
http://www.guigarage.com/2015/09/more-fun-with-layered-icons-in-javafx/

Re: Goodbye, so long, auf wiedersehen, adieu

2015-09-02 Thread Felix Bembrick
Sorry for spamming the entire list. It was meant as a personal message to Mark but GMail seemed to want everyone to see it when I selected reply. Felix On 3 September 2015 at 07:08, Felix Bembrick <felix.bembr...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Mark, > > I am not sure if this is good n

Re: Goodbye, so long, auf wiedersehen, adieu

2015-09-02 Thread Felix Bembrick
Hi Mark, I am not sure if this is good news or bad news but it sounds like you were made redundant which would of course be bad news. Oracle seem quite whacky lately with the things they are doing and the people they are letting go. Anyway, sorry for your bad news but the exact same thing

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
-DPI support (with API control) on Mac, Windows, Linux. We don't currently plan any other big features for 9, but will consider additional RFEs if they are important to enough developers and if they fit into the time frame. -- Kevin Felix Bembrick wrote: Anyone got

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
Felix Bembrick wrote: Anyone got anything or is there a link somewhere that talks about these? On 15 June 2015 at 22:00, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: I realise we are a long way off JDK 9 still and with crucial features such as Jigsaw still a little

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
, especially with the advent of unity, webgl or even scenegraph impls such as jmonkeyengine that do. Sent from my iPhone On 30 Jun 2015, at 09:42, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: coughJavaFX has *never* claimed to be write once, run anyway/cough On 30 Jun 2015, at 18:13, Mike

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-30 Thread Felix Bembrick
, roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty, what can i do as a lowly developer to help? Sent from my iPhone On 30 Jun 2015, at 12:16, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: Well, we are all at the whim of Oracle executives decisions with the added help of third parties

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
for 9, but will consider additional RFEs if they are important to enough developers and if they fit into the time frame. -- Kevin Felix Bembrick wrote: Anyone got anything or is there a link somewhere that talks about these? On 15 June 2015 at 22:00, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
support (with API control) on Mac, Windows, Linux. We don't currently plan any other big features for 9, but will consider additional RFEs if they are important to enough developers and if they fit into the time frame. -- Kevin Felix Bembrick wrote: Anyone got anything

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-27 Thread Felix Bembrick
Why are you asking me? On 28 June 2015 at 05:24, Mike mikeg...@gmail.com wrote: Felix how many full time Engineers does Oracle have on Javafx and Java? How does this break up? How many open source contributors are Committing often? On Sat, Jun 27, 2015 at 11:38 AM, Felix Bembrick

Re: JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-26 Thread Felix Bembrick
Anyone got anything or is there a link somewhere that talks about these? On 15 June 2015 at 22:00, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: I realise we are a long way off JDK 9 still and with crucial features such as Jigsaw still a little up in the air but is it possible someone could

JavaFX features in JDK 9

2015-06-15 Thread Felix Bembrick
I realise we are a long way off JDK 9 still and with crucial features such as Jigsaw still a little up in the air but is it possible someone could itemise the most likely new features, enhancements and bug fixes that we will see in JavaFX when JDK 9 is released? Of course it's purely

Re: Font rendering hints - RT-36146 - progress?

2015-06-15 Thread Felix Bembrick
of the total advance. I do not know what API or client produced the 'native' rendering. And what if someone else wants something different again ? So I am not sure when we will get to looking into this and deciding if it makes sense. -phil. On 06/14/2015 02:31 PM, Felix Bembrick wrote: ​Has anyone

Re: Font rendering hints - RT-36146 - progress?

2015-06-14 Thread Felix Bembrick
​Has anyone had a look at this, done some work on it or can provide some details as to its progress? Thanks, Felix​ On 11 June 2015 at 13:50, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: I am following this one closely and hoping that some progress has been made and that a fix is planned

Font rendering hints - RT-36146 - progress?

2015-06-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
I am following this one closely and hoping that some progress has been made and that a fix is planned but it's difficult to determine from the JIRA issue. Does anyone have any additional info on where this issue is at? Thanks, Felix

Re: Enhancements to 3D for JFX9?

2015-04-23 Thread Felix Bembrick
Anyone? Felix On 22 Apr 2015, at 14:35, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: What about: 1) Custom shaders 2) 3D Canvas Felix On 22 April 2015 at 11:37, Kevin Rushforth kevin.rushfo...@oracle.com wrote: Of these, handling transparency / blending is likely for JDK 9

Enhancements to 3D for JFX9?

2015-04-20 Thread Felix Bembrick
As awesome as JavaFX is right now, for me it's greatest weakness especially when compared to competing products is it's extremely rudimentary support for 3D graphics. Even the old Java3D was considerably more advanced. Is beefing up 3D support in JFX9 seen as a priority and if so what features

Re: libjfxmedia.so on armv6hf?

2015-03-16 Thread Felix Bembrick
Yes Fabrizio, I agree with you. First it was iOS, then Android and now ARM. Oracle the company seem to view JavafX or their support for it as just a fancy Swing replacement to run exclusively on desktop operating systems like Windows, MacOS and Linux. But can we even trust that they will

Re: libjfxmedia.so on armv6hf?

2015-03-16 Thread Felix Bembrick
Will they ever be supported? On 17 March 2015 at 10:14, Kevin Rushforth kevin.rushfo...@oracle.com wrote: Media and web have not ever been supported or delivered on linux-arm. Seems that libjfxmedia.so should be excluded by the openZips target. David can response further. -- Kevin

Re: 8u40 is released

2015-03-04 Thread Felix Bembrick
JavaFX has a future but perhaps not the one we were all expecting or hoping for. On 5 March 2015 at 09:18, Tobias Bley t...@ultramixer.com wrote: In the past there were 2 bad signs from Oracle concerning JavaFX: end of support for JavaFX on RaspPi and SceneBuilder… So does have JavaFX a

Re: JavaFX embedded (graphics example / performance test)

2014-12-10 Thread Felix Bembrick
Hi Prasant, I have been working on just such a beast for much longer than I had intended (family commitments, illness, wedding to organise, you know) which I call *FXMark*. I had originally intended to release *FXMark* earlier this year but in reality it won't be out there until after my wedding

Re: What Scene Builder needs YESTERDAY!

2014-11-24 Thread Felix Bembrick
Bair richard.b...@oracle.com wrote: I’m afraid at this time there are no plans for adding an animation/transition effect editor to Scene Builder, certainly not in the short-term. Thanks Richard On Nov 13, 2014, at 7:34 PM, Felix Bembrick felix.bembr...@gmail.com wrote: Java applets were

Re: What Scene Builder needs YESTERDAY!

2014-11-24 Thread Felix Bembrick
at replacing flash, HTML and javascript are doing a great job there, hence animations are not equally important as they were for flash. Tom On 24-11-2014 10:46, Felix Bembrick wrote: I am surprised more people have not expressed an opinion on this. To me, it seems absolutely *vital* to the long

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