Mac OS X, netbeans and JMX: a turning point

The story started badly...

Few months ago, Apple released a JDK 5 release 1 for mac OS X. I don't know if you had the chance to play with it, but JVM Management and Monitoring was not really working. (Have a look to Apple radar #4084603). Although netbeans was perfectly running on this JDK, the JMX module was not operational. Wizards were working, but JConsole support was simply broken.

And the story reached a turning point...

Today Apple announced the new release 3 of its JDK 5 integrating a fix for 4084603. You can check :

BTW, you need to update to Mac OS X 10.4.2.

At the same time netbeans.org announced the new beta 2 release of IDE... You can check :

And a new era of synergie has begun... ;-)

More directly, what I wanted to tell you, is that it WORKS!

Jeff.

PS: I am impatiently waiting for Mac OS X community developpers feedbacks.

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Salut Jean-Francois, What drives me crazy is that the Java implementation on Mac OS X is damn slow...

Posted by Thiery Janaudy on December 01, 2005 at 04:50 AM GMT+02:00 #

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