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Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

I guess it's good that the Mac GroupWise client isn't being enhanced
anymore.

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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

,
> Apple deprecates Java on Mac
>

Well, personally have I been deprecating Apple for a long time 🙂

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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

On 21/10/2010 17:31, youngec@hotmail.com wrote:

> I guess it's good that the Mac GroupWise client isn't being enhanced
> anymore.
>
> TinyURL: http://preview.tinyurl.com/36p89u8


PDF @
http://developer.apple.com/library/mac/releasenotes/Java/JavaSnowLeopardUpdate3LeopardUpdate8RN/JavaSnowLeopardUpdate3LeopardUpdate8RN.pdf
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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

That must be the one the boss used, to print before laying it on my desk 😞

Sure hope this isn't another Nokia IntelliSync / GMS type situation.

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> On 21/10/2010 17:31, youngec@hotmail.com wrote:
>
>> I guess it's good that the Mac GroupWise client isn't being enhanced
>> anymore.
>>
>> TinyURL: http://preview.tinyurl.com/36p89u8

>
> PDF @
> http://developer.apple.com/library/mac/releasenotes/Java/JavaSnowLeopardUpdate3LeopardUpdate8RN/JavaSnowLeopardUpdate3LeopardUpdate8RN.pdf
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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

On 10/21/10 11:31 AM, youngec@hotmail.com wrote:
> I guess it's good that the Mac GroupWise client isn't being enhanced
> anymore.
>
> TinyURL: http://preview.tinyurl.com/36p89u8
>
>


Unless I'm mistaken they are depreciating the version they maintain.
Java is still available on the Mac, but you have to use the same version
everybody else is using. 😛

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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

On 10/21/2010 2:02 PM, Matthew wrote:

> Unless I'm mistaken they are depreciating the version they maintain.
> Java is still available on the Mac, but you have to use the same version
> everybody else is using. 😛
>



What version would that be?
http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

"Apple Computer supplies their own version of Java. Use the Software
Update feature (available on the Apple menu) to check that you have the
most up-to-date version of Java for your Mac. "

If Apple is no longer going to supply it....
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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

Patrick Farrell wrote:

>If Apple is no longer going to supply it....


Maybe they are forcing Oracle to provide Java for Mac in the future.

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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

On 10/21/10 2:34 PM, Patrick Farrell wrote:
> On 10/21/2010 2:02 PM, Matthew wrote:
>
>> Unless I'm mistaken they are depreciating the version they maintain.
>> Java is still available on the Mac, but you have to use the same version
>> everybody else is using. 😛
>>

>
>
> What version would that be?
> http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
>
> "Apple Computer supplies their own version of Java. Use the Software
> Update feature (available on the Apple menu) to check that you have the
> most up-to-date version of Java for your Mac. "
>
> If Apple is no longer going to supply it....


Oh, snap. I didn't realize Oracle wasn't providing an JRE for the Mac.
LOL. Well, dang it. Now what language am I suppose to use. 😛

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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

> I guess it's good that the Mac GroupWise client isn't being enhanced
> anymore.
>
> TinyURL: http://preview.tinyurl.com/36p89u8


Java needs deprecating.
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Re: Apple deprecates Java on Mac - Uh oh..

Matthew wrote:

>Now what language am I suppose to use.


Go with the flow....Use Danish....I do 😉

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