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Tag Archives: Mac OS X
One of the exciting new features in WebLogic Server 11g is support for Mac OS X. The new ‘ZIP Distribution’ of WebLogic Server allows developers to run WebLogic Server on Mac OS X. The download file is much smaller and … Continue reading
When setting up Subversion recently to use with my various JDeveloper and NetBeans installations here, there and everywhere, I wanted to browse my repositories from Chrome (my main day to day browser) on Mac OS X (my main day to … Continue reading
A quick note to my fellow Mac OS X users who want to use JDeveloper 11g to do development and testing on Mac OS X. I found the newly released JDeveloper 11g (the one that came with the Fusion Middleware … Continue reading