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From Laszlo Kishalmi <>
Subject Re: Failing Gradle support for modular JavaFX project in 11-vc2
Date Fri, 08 Mar 2019 18:45:12 GMT
Well you are hitting:

I'm going to update it with your comments.

Unfortunately there is no trivial throw in solution to the problem, at 
least not one I know of, that support needs a proper implementation.

I was trying to do something easy to provide classpath as module path to 
the IDE, but that did not really worked. Probably need to parse the 
Gradle created java command line arguments for that.

On 3/8/19 9:00 AM, Scott Palmer wrote:
> I just recently attempted to make a modular project.
> I’m using JavaFX so I tried the somewhat-official  javafx gradle 
> plugin and used the modular gradle example from here:
> NetBeans is not happy with this at all.
> claims the javafx.controls module cannot be found
> The code editor complains about all the javafx imports stating that:
>    "package javafx.scene is not visible
>     (package javafx.scene is declared in the unnamed module, but 
> module javafx.scene does not read it)"
> Does anyone know the solution?
> From the command line ‘“gradle build” works without any complaints.
> It looks like NetBeans sees the JavaFX stuff as added to the class 
> path instead of the module path.
> I can use JavaFX in a non-modular way, and I can hack the Gradle 
> manually to insert —add-module and —module-path args to various build 
> steps, but I was trying to do things based on the examples.
> Scott

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