Eclipse mac os x 32 bit vs 64 bit
So I supposed that I don't have a 32 bit version of Java installed. I then run the same command with the -d32 flag to check for 32 bit VMs and get the following list:.
So it really seems that there is no Java 7 with is compatible to run in 32bit mode available on my system. I checked the Internet, but couldn't find a way how to install 32 bit Java on a Mac. It always is assumed that the -d32 switch is working.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Step to step guide how to use 32bit version of Java in Eclipse Ask Question. However, I then get the following message: This Java instance does not support a bit JVM. Please install the desired version. Olaf Olaf 6 2.
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Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: Eclipse, carbon or cocoa and 32 or 64 bit So I am getting back into programming.
My schooling was in programming C mostly , but obviously it's been some time since I've really had my hands in it. I wanted to use Eclipse, since I have that on my laptop Linux and would like to keep things as universal between my Mac and that.
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Anyway, was going to go download the stuff I needed for the Mac, and I see the options include Carbon, and 32 or 64 bit Cocoa. I'm thinking the way to go is 32 bit Cocoa, is there any reason I'd want carbon or 64 bit cocoa? More Less. All replies Drop Down menu. Loading page content. The "bitness" doesn't matter for anything you're going to do. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post.
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Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: You are free to use what you want, but you would have to be a masochist to choose Eclipse over Xcode. All you need is Xcode. Do not mess with any of those options.