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How it use one of the Beta Open JDK api's instead of Oracles?

Jay Orsaw
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Joined: Jun 14, 2011
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Okay so I am basically trying to figure out how to use this.

http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/openjfx-dev/2013-February/005897.html

I have downloaded it and I am able to open and view the api documentation, but I cannot apply it.

I am using NetbeansLamba8 JDK 8, and JRE 8. Inside netbeans in the JavaFX area for the JavaDoc I switched the oracle link with the link to the folder I was using, and no luck.

Basically I am trying to start using the 3D API, and it's important, so I wanted to start using it ASAP.


There was a section on how to "Build Open JDK" but it talked about Netbeans, Eclipse, etc before having some cmd line type of building. I think I'm fine on all of that, just trying to figure out why the docs aren't working.... Even when I switch it it still shows the old API(weird). Am I not changing the correct path?

Jay Orsaw
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Joined: Jun 14, 2011
Posts: 356

Jay Orsaw wrote:Okay so I am basically trying to figure out how to use this.

http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/openjfx-dev/2013-February/005897.html

I have downloaded it and I am able to open and view the api documentation, but I cannot apply it.

I am using NetbeansLamba8 JDK 8, and JRE 8. Inside netbeans in the JavaFX area for the JavaDoc I switched the oracle link with the link to the folder I was using, and no luck.

Basically I am trying to start using the 3D API, and it's important, so I wanted to start using it ASAP.


There was a section on how to "Build Open JDK" but it talked about Netbeans, Eclipse, etc before having some cmd line type of building. I think I'm fine on all of that, just trying to figure out why the docs aren't working.... Even when I switch it it still shows the old API(weird). Am I not changing the correct path?



Resolved.... They actually included it in the newest build from yesterday .
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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