I think it is best to assume java 6 isn't going to be in 10.9 and focus on reporting issues with java 7 to Oracle. Even if java 6 makes it, java 7 is still the way forward, you can't keep clinging to,"end-of-life", deprecated software forever.
On 2013-06-12, at 3:45 AM, Kustaa Nyholm <email@hidden> wrote:
> On 12/06/2013 10:32, "Fabrizio Giudici" <email@hidden>
>> Me too - but the problem is: we should hope for some leaked information,
>> and that invariably won't have any official confirmation. So how good
>> would it be? Guessing for guessing, I guess JDK 6 won't be in Maverick -
>> after all JDK is already end of life
>> (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/eol-135779.html), so it shouldn't
>> be used any longer right now. I guess it's more productive for us to
>> on those infamous JDK 7 bugs.
> I don't have high hopes for this but I was not looking for leaked
> I was fishing on the off chance this particular piece of information would
> be 'de-classified' as lots of people would like to know this and Apple
> knows that we want to / need to know this...
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