It may get overwritten whenever the JVM is updated, which is a rare occasion - in contrast to Sun, Apple releases new JVM versions no more than once a year or so (more likely less often than more often).
And there's no way to install multiple versions of Apple's releases.
If you're talking about Harmony, OpenJDK/IcedTea, Kaffe, SableVM or other such 3rd-party JVMs - that's possible, but those wouldn't be installed in the same location as Apple's JVM, so no harm done.
John Eric Hamacher
posted 9 years ago
Thanks for the info!
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