Most openjdks 11+ will now probably work. We recommend you try AdoptOpenJDK binaries if you run into problems.
With propane you need to install jruby on your system (you do not need
rbenv to do this since you call the jruby binary directly).
Understanding A propane Sketch
How you might write a propane sketch, including the
shebang makes it easier to run the sketch using
script in the
atom editor, but assumes you have jruby available at
/usr/bin/jruby or more likely via symbolic link (yet another reason not to use
rbenv since they futz with your environment).
#!/usr/bin/env jruby # frozen_string_literal: false require 'propane' class MyApp < Propane::App # load_library :my_library # propane method # include_package 'org.package' # JRuby method def settings size 200, 200 # size 'mode' or fullscreen 'mode' goes here # pixel_density(2) # only for HiDpi screens # see https://processing.org/reference/pixelDensity_.html # smooth # useless unless you enter a figure 2, 3, 4 or 8 # for default renderer default is 3 for P2D and P3D it is 2 # see https://processing.org/reference/smooth_.html end def setup sketch_title 'Regular Propane Sketch' # propane method end def draw # draw loop end end MyApp.new
You will see that under the hood the structure is like a jruby_art (and ruby-processing) wrapped bare sketch (the only real difference is there’s not the option of starting a sketch with MRI ruby).
# frozen_string_literal: false require 'propane' module Propane # include_package 'org.package' # JRuby method class MyApp < App # App is a subclass of processing.core.PApplet # load_library :my_library # propane method def settings size 200, 200 # size 'mode' go here end def setup sketch_title 'Bare Sketch' # propane method end def draw # draw loop end end end # NB: If you use this explicit form need to use Propane::MyApp.new to run sketch
See more at propane github pages