Thanks, I’ve applied the patch from the bug tracker, and could compile now. I will get back to you when I have had a chance to run a multitouch application with that build. Cheers, Stefan Am 07.04.2014 um 14:28 schrieb Daniel Blaukopf daniel.blauk...@oracle.com: Tracked at
Tracked at https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-36462 It's targeted at 9, but there will be a patch soon. Thanks, Daniel On 4/4/14, 10:40 AM, Stefan Schwandter wrote: Hi, thanks! I’ve tried to compile on a current Ubuntu 13.10. A default build (gradle 1.8 without parameters) works fine.
Hi, thanks! I’ve tried to compile on a current Ubuntu 13.10. A default build (gradle 1.8 without parameters) works fine. With gradle -PCOMPILE_TARGETS=x86egl sdk however, I get the following build error: stefan@stefan-OptiPlex-GX620:~/src/openjfx/rt$ gradle -PCOMPILE_TARGETS=x86egl sdk
Hi Anthony, thanks for your quick reply. I wonder though: it seems there’s at least preliminary touch support for OpenJFX on the Raspberry Pi - is this because it does not use X11 and/or GTK there? Is it possible to do the same on an X86-based Linux device? Cheers, Stefan Am 01.04.2014 um
Hi Stefan, You have it exactly right. The touch support on the Raspberry Pi and similar devices gets events from the Linux device drivers, not from X11 or GTK. We don’t provide a binary of this configuration for x86, but if you are able to build OpenJFX then you could easily create a binary
Hi Stefan, No, currently it's not. Here's a JIRA that you may want to watch: https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-25079 -- best regards, Anthony On 4/1/2014 3:52 PM, Stefan Schwandter wrote: Hello all! Is multitouch-input supposed to be supported on Java 8 SE running on Linux? I use a