Is installing Apple Java SE 6 unavoidable to use Max for Live on Mavericks?
I do actual Java development aside from working with Live and Max for Live. I just got new hardware and am using Mavericks for the first time. My installation of Eclipse is working just fine with the Oracle supplied JDK 7 I installed, but when I try to utilize some of the Max for Live packs I get that annoying "please install Apple Java SE 6" error.
I _really_ do not want to install an Apple supplied JRE (which adds symlinks all over the system which you can't undo and which could impact the predictability of code I write using JDK 7) unless there's absolutely no way around it -- but there should be a way around it.
I haven't seen anything in the discussions, however, so my guess is that most everyone just installs the SE without thinking much about it?
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