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Microsoft contributes to Java port for Apple silicon MacsRayz2016 said:strangenoises said:rob53 said:Why? Java isn't going to make use of all the Apple-specific capabilities, it's just going to continue to run on Macs. What Java applications do people even use anymore?
Of course part of me remembers Steve Jobs promising that Java was going to be an equal first class citizen for writing Mac apps, back when OSX came out. But <sigh/>.
Microsoft contributes to Java port for Apple silicon Macsrotateleftbyte said:Foxcatcher - great for searching within files for text inc Office Docs and PDF's. Oracle stopped offering a supported JVM for Catalina. I'm always open for alternatives though but I have not come upon anything even remotely as good as Foxcatcher.
If you do still need a JRE for some legacy app that *doesn't* embed one of its own, install a JDK from AdoptOpenJDK.net.
Microsoft contributes to Java port for Apple silicon Macsstrangenoises said:Will this port of JRE be available through the App Store? And if not, will installation of this JRE through manual downloading and installation be accompanied by any warnings from Apple, perhaps like the Digital Signature from Apple being absent? And will it require admin privilege to install?
Microsoft contributes to Java port for Apple silicon Macsrcfa said:So, for all these years there was no arm64 version of a JVM?