|Re: Mac snow leopard and subclipse [message #485253 is a reply to message #484626]
||Fri, 11 September 2009 00:00
| J. Michael Dean, M.D.
Registered: July 2009
While there is a 32 bit Java 1.6 in Snow Leopard, the default JVM for|
Eclipse remains the 64 bit JVM even if you use the Java preferences utility
in OSX and put the 32 bit JVM above the 64 bit JVM. I think you can
indicate a 32 bit JVM with a command argument when you invoke Eclipse
(-d32???) but I solved the problem by getting the 64 bit Cocoa eclipse
classic distribution and then adding the needed other functions (RCP, etc.).
On 9/8/09 8:28 AM, in article thvv-27009D.firstname.lastname@example.org,
"Tom Van Vleck" <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Walter Harley" wrote:
>> I haven't tried Snow Leopard yet, but my understanding is that it removes
>> Java 1.5 and switches the default JVM to Java 1.6 (64-bit, presumably). So
>> if I'm correct about that, you'll need to either install a Java 1.5 VM, and
>> make sure that your eclipse.ini points to it, or else change to a Cocoa
>> 64-bit build.
> Snow Leopard provides 32 and 64 bit Java 1.6. Both 32 and
> 64-bit Cocoa Eclipse seemed to work. 64-bit Eclipse works
> with Subclipse 1.4.x so far. Snow Leopard seems faster
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