Actually it's just a stupid check they do upon startup to see if you have
the system prerequisites. They even support a JAVA_HOME concept to use a
different java. So, I used the JAVA_HOME to change to Java 7. Started up
fine and their console said they were using Java 7. I stopped it, deleted
Java 6 and started it again. Most of it worked except the Java stuff.
Said it was missing the needed Java. Again, just a stupid built in
requirements check. There are no plans to remove that requirements check.
Their next release will just do a requirements check for Java 8.

I'd understand better if I got strange Java errors because of mismatched
methods and whatnot.


Rob Berendt

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