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About Nmanek

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  1. Hi there, I have a really nice solution. Just create a file like "switchJDK.sh", making it executable (chmod +x switchJDK.sh) and you can switch between your default JDK in seconds. Simply execute the script (name$ ./switchJDK.sh 1.6.0). If you run it without parameters it will show you the JDKs installed. You can switch back and forth between JDKs as often as you want. Very nice.. I found this script a while ago.. So all the credit goes to "unknown":-) #!/bin/sh cd /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions CURJDK="`readlink CurrentJDK`" echo Current JDK version: $CURJDK if [ "$1" == "" ]; then echo Installed versions: ls exit fi VERFOUND=`ls | grep $1 | head -n 1` if [ "$VERFOUND" != "$1" ]; then BASE="`basename $0`" echo Error: Could not change JDK-- version $1 not installed! echo Run $BASE without arguments to see a list of installed versions. exit 127 fi echo You must now enter your Mac OS X password to change the JDK. sudo ln -fhsv $1 CurrentJDK Best Nikolai Manek http://www.nikotel.com