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December 30, 2007

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Rick,

The JavaFX compiler creates JVM bytecode in .class files, and the original FX files are not necessary for execution. Jar files are not created as a part of the javafxc process that I've referenced on this list.

You may be talking about interpreted JavaFX Script, which is just a working prototype for the compiled version, and should not be necessary too much longer.

Rick

Hello,

I was curious. I've noticed that "compiling" JavaFX script simply puts .fx files into a Java archived file (JAR).

However, anyone can go into that .jar file and see the code I wrote for the application, which may include database URL, login credentials, etc.

Aside from creating separate Java classes to grab this sensitive information, is there any way to "literally" create a jar file with some form of compiled (binary) representation of your JavaFX script files?

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated, either here or at my e-mail address.

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