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|I had a similar experience. After installing it, at first 'java -version' reported 1.6.0.|
I then did a variety of things, and one of them fixed it -- but I don't know which one. I didn't test systematically.
I switched off the Java 6s in the Java preferences, and switched them on again, I opened a new terminal window, and then I restarted Terminal.app altogether.
And then at some point, it worked.
I also noticed that /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/CurrentJDK still pointed to 1.6 after the 1.7 installation, and I changed that manually. But if I recall correctly, the 'java -version' changed in the terminal before that.
Sorry, not much help, other than to say: It's not only on your machine.
On 28 Apr 2012, at 04:51, Dmitry Markman wrote: