On 6/25/19 12:49 PM, gouessej [via jogamp] wrote:
> Yes the consensus consists in keeping only .dylib files as this is what Java
>>= 8 expects.
Yes. I already started work on Java9+ issues, some in ios branch and
some in java11 branch of GlueGen.
Looks like it is easy to maintain both.
So when we make the Java11 switch, my proposal is to:
- Use OpenJDK >= 11 for building, otherwise this would explode
the ant build file complexity.
- Build will produce a Java8 baseline compatible bytecode,
since that seems to be the current Android 'floor' as well.
So, I guess a good compromise.
> Good job :) I hope that you'll find a sponsor to work on Vulkan too as it will
> probably require a greater effort than supporting iOS.
MacOS and iOS were and are probably the most time consuming ports we have.
And yes, we certainly need more companies (using JogAmp) paying for it,
sharing & balancing the costs between them. Also allowing 1-2 more
contributors working on it, being compensated.
Well, maybe some companies are following this 'drama' and do the right thing ;-)