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JavaFX and Scene graph

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faureb
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Sorry for such a stupid question, but : What is the relationship between Scene Graph and JavaFX ?

I quote the project presentation :
"the Scene Graph project, which provides "scene graph" functionality at the Java level, as well as providing one of the important runtime elements that the JavaFX Script language depends upon from the underlying platform."
and :
"The new com.sun.scenario package provides the runtime support needed by JavaFX Script"

I am developping JavaFX applications with Eclipse, but I have no "com.sun.scenario" class in my classpath.
Do I miss a JavaFX release or is this related to the JavaFX compiler ?
Thank you,
Bernard

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Tom Ball

The compiler branch uses the Scenario scene graph library. We're
working on converting the plug-ins to use the compiler and Scenario.
When that's ready, you should be able to switch without your application
needing to be aware of what scene graph is used.

Tom

scenario@javadesktop.org wrote:
> Sorry for such a stupid question, but : What is the relationship
> between Scene Graph and JavaFX ?
>
> I quote the project presentation : "the Scene Graph project, which
> provides "scene graph" functionality at the Java level, as well as
> providing one of the important runtime elements that the JavaFX
> Script language depends upon from the underlying platform." and :
> "The new com.sun.scenario package provides the runtime support needed
> by JavaFX Script"
>
> I am developping JavaFX applications with Eclipse, but I have no
> "com.sun.scenario" class in my classpath. Do I miss a JavaFX release
> or is this related to the JavaFX compiler ? Thank you, Bernard
> [Message sent by forum member 'faureb' (faureb)]
>
> http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?messageID=252223
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