Google can be hell to find stuff with, lol. Oracle took over Java and it seems to have gone downhill a lot; it's often a security risk in browsers and the plugin should just be blocked. It is great for programs, just sucks in webpages. I used Java to make a simple web-connected app a few years ago and totally skipped Eclipse, though it'd probably have been easier in some ways.
I used Ant build tool and either l4j or appbundler to build Mac & Windows executables with the Java app packed inside; htmlunit as a 'headless browser'; simple editor with formatting and the Terminal to run the build script that automated Java compilation and then the.app/.exe packaging if the javac didn't fail. Klavika bold font free download mac.
Run whereis java in a Terminal. It will normally display something like /usr/bin/java. Now run java -version. It shows you 'java version 1.6.0_65' or something approaching. This is because Java 7 does not replace Java 6. Java 7 is installed as an Internet Plug-in and can be found in /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/bin/java. What you need to do is to symlink /usr/bin/java to /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin/Contents/Home/bin/java.
Incompatible Jvm Eclipse Mac
Restart Eclipse, or reboot your computer (I don't know how Eclipse manages this), and it should do the trick.:). Trying to install eclipse, I installed java version 1.6.0_65 as it requested yet still was blocked from finishing the Eclipse install with the error that I needed 1.7 JVM or higher - not true, installing higher didn't work either. I tried installing jdk-8u101-macosx-x64.dmg and that didn't work. So, I tried JDK 7 as advised, sorry no good. So, to get the Eclipse installer to run with out that java error I had to edit the Info.plist inside the Eclipse Installer. Right click the Eclipse installer and show package contents, then open info.plist in textEdit.app (Note: So after several tries editing this plist and following methods mentioned elsewhere nothing worked, I found that you have to use the symlink or java alias because java is installed differently now a days as an internet plugin.) Where you want to make an edit (You should probably Backup the original or you can download it again), under Eclipse, then, delete out what's there and add -vm and this string underneath; /usr/bin/java Here is what mine looks like.