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OpenJDK Mac OSX Port

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 21, 2011

Since Apple joined the OpenJDK project, a new Mac OSX port project has been created and has made available the first public builds of OpenJDK 1.7 for the Mac. As well as checking out the source, it's possible to download an installer from a community site to develop against Java 1.7 applications from Eclipse on OSX.

Targeting the GPU with GPU.NET

by Abel Avram on  Dec 03, 2010

GPU.NET is a managed solution integrated with Visual Studio 2010 for .NET developers and aimed at creating calculation intensive applications for GPU.

Updated: Oracle and Apple Announce OpenJDK Project for Mac OS X

by Charles Humble on  Nov 12, 2010 5

Apple have just announced that they will be working with Oracle on the OpenJDK project. As part of the deal Apple will contribute most of the key components, tools and technology required for Java SE 7 on Mac OS X.

MacRuby Roundup: 0.7 Released, GCD-based Web Server, BridgeSupport

by Werner Schuster on  Oct 24, 2010

MacRuby 0.7 is out, with the usual performance and compatibility improvements, including Ruby 1.9.2 compatibility. To demonstrate MacRuby's tight integration with Snow Leopard's Grand Central Dispatch (GCD), the team has released ControlTower, a Rack-based web server. Also: with the new BridgeSupport, all native APIs can now be accessed and scripted.

Apple Deprecates Java

by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 21, 2010 51

As well as yesterday's back to the Mac presentation, Apple released a number of updates, including Java for 10.6 update 3, which brings the Java version to 1.6.0_22 and fixes numerous security holes. Significantly, though, in the release notes Apple signs its exit to the Java licensee space by making Java deprecated and hinting at its removal from 10.7 OSX Lion.

MacRuby 0.6 With GCD and Threading Improvements, Fast Debugger, AOT

by Werner Schuster on  May 04, 2010

MacRuby 0.6 is available now, bringing debugging and vastly improved Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) support. A lot of the core functionality has been overhauled, such as a new String implementation and a new thread-safe Regex library which replaces Oniguruma. MacRuby's now considered stable for Cocoa development.

IPv4 Addresses Running Out; Where is IPv6?

by Alex Blewitt on  Jan 29, 2010 3

This week, the Number Resource Organisation, the official representative of the five Regional Internet Registries and who oversees the allocation of IP addresses, announced that less than 10 percent of IPv4 addresses remain unallocated. If it's not addressed in the near future, the ramifications could be serious for the world wide web.

Chrome News: Mac and Linux Beta, Extensions and Web Sockets

by Abel Avram on  Dec 10, 2009

Google Chrome’s latest additions are: Chrome Beta for Max and Linux, Extensions for Windows and Linux, and Web Sockets.

MacRuby 0.5 Beta Brings JIT, AOT, GCD Support, Removes GIL

by Werner Schuster on  Oct 18, 2009

The first beta of MacRuby 0.5 is available, complete with a new VM, JIT and AOT - and without the GIL. InfoQ talked to the MacRuby core team about the state of MacRuby and whether there'll be a way to write Ruby apps for the iPhone using MacRuby.

Ruby VM Roundup: MacRuby Progress, IronRuby, Ruby 1.9.2 Delay

by Werner Schuster on  Sep 30, 2009

MacRuby is nearing its first RC for 0.5 and adds support for Grand Central Dispatch. A new IronRuby release is available, Ruby 1.9.2 might be delayed, and Rubinius joins the group of 1.8.7 compliant Ruby implementations.

Mac and Ruby Roundup: MacRuby AOT, DMGs with ChocTop

by Werner Schuster on  Jul 18, 2009 2

MacRuby is steadily moving forward, with a usable Ahead of Time (AOT) compiler coming closer on the experimental branch, which should make Ruby a first class language for Cocoa applications. Also: a look at Dr Nic's ChocTop utility for creating MacOS DMG files.

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