Java on OS X, it's not dead...

; Date: Wed Jun 13 2007

Tags: Java

In the I'm not dead yet category we have (web.archive.org) Java on Mac OS X Leopard to be 64-bit, resolution independent talking about Java sessions at WWDC. He says the WWDC program guide has statements about the Java that's to be included in Leopard (10.5) will be 64 bit and include support for various core OS X technologies such as resolution independence. Sounds cool, and sounds like possible justifications for the delay in getting Java 6 out, and sounds like probable reasoning as to why Java 6 for 10.4 won't work.

Source: (web.archive.org) weblogs.java.net

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