Oracle and Apple Announce OpenJDK for Mac OS X

Oracle and Apple Announce OpenJDK for Mac OS X

Recent Apple announcements related to Java had some Mac developers wondering if future versions of OS X would support Java. Now Apple has answered that question by announcing its support for the OpenJDK project.


“We are excited to welcome Apple as a significant contributor in the growing OpenJDK community,” said Oracle’s Hasan Rizvi. “The availability of Java on Mac OS X plays a key role in the cross-platform promise of the Java platform. The Java developer community can rest assured that the leading edge Java environment will continue to be available on Mac OS X in the future.”

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