Which leaves the question whether or not anyone has any experience with the J2SE 5.0 release 1 that is available as an alternate for Tiger.Krevinek said:1.4.2 is installed by default, with 1.5 (5.0) being available as a download. For the most part, 1.4.2 isn't going to break anything, and with the added tweaks to the VM in 1.4.2, I would much rather run that day-to-day over 1.3.x.
The 1.4.2 and 1.5.0 JVMs will co-exist on your Tiger system, meaning you can fully use whichever you like with a few terminal commands. XCode will allow you to choose which you prefer for compiling from within XCode.perfessor101 said:...available as an alternate for Tiger.
I think it's still there. Under Utilities->Java there are settings for Java 1.3.1 so I'm guessing it's there.perfessor101 said:The choices are J2SE 1.2.4 and J2SE 5.0. J2SE 5.0 is a separate download from Apple and does not come with Tiger. There is no option for J2SE 1.3.1 anywhere.
Viro said:I think it's still there. Under Utilities->Java there are settings for Java 1.3.1 so I'm guessing it's there.
But a better question is, why do you need Java 1.3.1 specifically? Anything that runs on 1.3.1 should run on 1.4.2 and even 1.5.
Any application compiled with 1.3.1 should run with no modifications at all on newer VMs. This means they should have no problem with running on 1.4.x or 1.5.x.asalerni said:the problem is the opposite, my application is compiled by 1.3.1 but I don't know if the final user have or not on his OSX the JVM 1.3.1
Because I have a 10.2.8 OSX version but I don't know if the newer versions has or not the Java 1.3 installed