I installed macOS 10.14 Mojave on my MacBook.
Then I checked if Java 10 was still up to date. The newest version suggested should be 10.4 (if I recall correctly). I installed the update and afterwards I was asked if I wanted to remove the older version, which I acknowledged.
Then, no update was installed.
I downloaded Java 11 from:
When I click on the downloaded file jdk-11.0.1_osx-x64_bin.dmg, a setup routine is executed. However, no Java 11 is installed.
So, big question: how do I get the latest version of Java on macOS 10.14 Mojave?
I installed jre-10.0.2_osx-x64_bin.dmg from: https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/java-archive-javase10-4425482.html
Java 10.0.2 is installed. CafeTran Espresso 2019 works again.
I guess that I'll just have to ignore this message?
What wil happen on November 16? Will Java 10 stop working?
As far as I can see, Version 8 Update 191 is the recommended version. Its release date is the 16th of octobre 2018. Anyway, certain click functions do not work anymore (clicking on filter, on TM hits etc.). This limits the functionality of CT in a decisive manner.
This is a crazy story: we were on Java 10, cannot install 11 and have to roll back to 8?
This seems so. Some time ago I commented here that Mac will give up Java support, and Oracle does not seem to care about that. The only way would be to have a program pack with JRE included, to make sure all users have a consistent program. OmegaT offers this, and many other Java apps do.
This is 'funny' too:
From the command line, I get version 11 reported:
From the applet in the System Preferences I get 10.0.2 reported:
>Oracle does not seem to care about that. The only way would be to have a program pack with JRE included
However, this isn't going to happen.
CafeTran Espresso 2019 is very good and I don't bother about the extra layer that is needed for Java ... as long as everything works well. I mean: as long as Java is updated easily or even automatically and no confusion of an average computer user is caused.
I remember Igor saying that we should not install the JDK. So shall we use JDK packages now?
The other thing is that CT works with Mojave and Java 8 (the one you usually get), but some click features do not work, so this should be noted. The solution section about what Java to choose should be updated.
A Dutch parachutist has sent me today the Java 10 version mentioned above. At Oracle,com you only get it after registration (I did this, but the confirmation email may take some hours to arrive).
> So the problem was that 11 wasn’t supported by CT.
Of course it'll be supported, after tomorrow's coffee.