Product Version = NetBeans IDE Dev (Build 201109260601)
Operating System = Windows XP version 5.1 running on x86
Java; VM; Vendor = 1.7.0
Runtime = Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 21.0-b17
I wanted to perform a quick test on NetBeans' JavaFX support. Thus I downloaded JavaFX SDK 2.0.
Then, on my Win7 machine I could create a JavaFX rpoject (if I remember right, it had benn late ;-))
On my WinXP machine NB still alerts to install or add JavaFX Platform.
If I try to add a Java Platform, the JavaFX is not recognized.
### I can't create any JavaFX app. ###
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Works for me with 201109260601 on Win XP x86. Both autodetection and manual setup.
How are you adding the platform?
If you have FX2 SDK installed in the default location, it should be detected during the creation of new JavaFX Application.
From e-mail communication, we found out that the detection failed because of non-english locale on target machine, which use localized name for program files directory.
To avoid these kind of failure, current autodetection should use the system variable to resolve the local name of program files directory, instead of the hard-coded one.
fixed by Stepan's path
@muellermi: fix is integrated in trunk and available in daily build since 201110010601, can you please verify autodetection works on your XP machine with that or any later build?