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On Apr 13, 2012, at 4:45 AM, Emmanuel Puybaret wrote:
Speaking entirely for myself here, keep in mind that Java 6 will be end-of-life'd later this year, and that Apple isn't shipping Java 7. Given the severity of the problem that motivated these changes it's not a completely unreasonable action for Apple to take. And while it's certainly painful for us as developers to have to explain this to our users in the short term, I think there is a better long-term solution on the way.
The Oracle Java 7 runtime will not have this behavior. We are working as quickly as possible to get the Java 7 runtime finished, so that users will have the most secure version of Java available on their Macs.
-- Scott K.
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