src/macosx/native/sun/awt/awt.m

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@@ -304,10 +304,22 @@
         pthread_mutex_unlock(&sAppKitStarted_mutex);
 
         // AWT gets here AFTER +[AWTStarter appKitIsRunning:] is called.
         if (verbose) AWT_DEBUG_LOG(@"got out of the AppKit startup mutex");
     }
+
+    // Don't set the delegate until the NSApplication has been created and
+    // its finishLaunching has initialized it.
+    //  ApplicationDelegate is the support code for com.apple.eawt.
+    void (^setDelegateBlock)() = ^(){
+        OSXAPP_SetApplicationDelegate([ApplicationDelegate sharedDelegate]);
+    };
+    if (onMainThread) {
+        setDelegateBlock();
+    } else {
+        [JNFRunLoop performOnMainThreadWaiting:YES withBlock:setDelegateBlock];
+    }
 }
 
 - (void)starter:(NSArray*)args {
     NSAutoreleasePool *pool = [NSAutoreleasePool new];
 

@@ -338,14 +350,10 @@
     //  already a NSApplication instance. If there is already a NSApplication instance,
     //  and -[NSApplication isRunning] returns YES, AWT is embedded inside another
     //  AppKit Application.
     NSApplication *app = [NSApplicationAWT sharedApplication];
 
-    // Don't set the delegate until the NSApplication has been created.
-    //  ApplicationDelegate is the support code for com.apple.eawt.
-    OSXAPP_SetApplicationDelegate([ApplicationDelegate sharedDelegate]);
-
     // AWT gets to this point BEFORE NSApplicationDidFinishLaunchingNotification is sent.
     if (![app isRunning]) {
         if (verbose) AWT_DEBUG_LOG(@"+[AWTStarter startAWT]: ![app isRunning]");
 
         // This is where the AWT AppKit thread parks itself to process events.