Which 3rd party JVM is available for Mac OS?
On Oct 21, 2010, at 3:03 AM, Shawn Erickson wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 1:12 PM, Rob Ross <email@hidden> wrote:
>> It is worse than this. Not only are Java apps not going to be permitted, Apple is actually *removing* Java from future Mac OS versions. So even if you wanted to develop a Java app for the Mac App store, you are prohibited because Java is now deprecated...just in time for the Mac App store announcement.
>> That these two announcements happen on the same day is very suspicious, and it is hard not to think they are quite related.
> If your product needs Java you are now free to bundle/install a JVM
> with your product (or point customers at it) and the OS will support
> using it. Many folks have been asking for this capability. This is
> like most other operating systems. It is also similar to products that
> use things like Qt, they bundle it with their application.
> If you purchased a Mac to do Java development you can continue to use
> it for that by using a 3rd party JVM, etc.
> Apple isn't planning to continue their JVM port essentially but they
> aren't preventing others from doing so. It sucks but...
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