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Hello All,

I never used Apple, and i was wondering if MacBook with 2gig of ram good for java develpment envirnment?

I am planning to run Eclipse, MySQL, Tomcat.

Do I really need MacBookPro for these?

Thanks,
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I am doing Java aswell, I have NetBeans and Jdeveloper they run fine on my black MB.
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If you are using Java 6 then you'll want to see if that option is available. I don't think it is right now.
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Java 6 is not yet available on the Mac.

Eclipse gets my vote.

Download MAMP to get yourself a proper install of mysql and the Apache server.
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And why there is no real push for java 6 to be brought out on OSX
http://www.pushing-pixels.org/?p=178
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I am doing Java aswell, I have NetBeans and Jdeveloper they run fine on my black MB.
Thanks for sharing, Yeah! black mb looks really pretty!
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And why there is no real push for java 6 to be brought out on OSX
http://www.pushing-pixels.org/?p=178
as far as I know, weblogic official jvm is still 5, java 5 is good enough for me.

Thanks sharing
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im using Jdeveloper and there is a version available for mac.
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