|Re: ERROR IN SETUP MAC OS X 10.15.2 [message #1818654 is a reply to message #1818651]
||Sun, 22 December 2019 06:17
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
To run on the latest MacOS, the downloaded *.dmg now must be not only be signed but also notarized. Perhaps notarization locks it somehow? I imagine though that if you copied it somewhere, it should no longer be locked. Or are you talking about modifying the Info.plist of the Java installation?|
But again, the same comment applies as before. Please try to download a package from here:
The "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers" will have support for Java 13 (as will any other package that contains Java). These downloaded *.dmg are also signed and notarized, and I suspect they'll have the same launch problem as the Eclipse Installer (both being Eclipse applications).
But if no one answers that question, we won't be able to help anyone. :-(
As far as I can tell, the IDE has been tested on MacOS, but I'm not sure which version of the OS, and it appears tested only for Java 8:
These instructions explain how you can tell Eclipse to use a specific JVM:
In the installer, this file is called eclipse-inst.ini.
It would be good to understand if this works for Java 8 but not for Java 13.
And note that an IDE running on Java 8 can still support any version of Java up to and including Java 13. The Preferences pages allow you to configure multiple JREs and use any of them...
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