Tiger FCS support?

I had purposely avoided using Tiger with IDEA until it went gold, but, since that happened today, I downloaded it and want to start using it.

However, when I go to "Settings/IDE/JDK & Global Libraries" and try to create a new JDK and point at the directory where I installed Tiger (c:\j2sdk1.5.0), IDEA replies with an error dialog that says "The directory selected is not a valid JDK home".

I'm sure it's something stupid that I've done, but, what is it??

Regards,

Danny

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Strange, works fine here.
Please try to reinstall the jdk.

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I tried it on three separate machines, all with the same result. Did you try it using the new FCS of Tiger, and the same install location (c:\j2sdk1.5.0)?

Also, FYI, I checked idea.log for some related information, but found nothing.

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Daniel Burkes wrote:

I tried it on three separate machines, all with the same result. Did you try it using the new FCS of Tiger, and the same install location (c:\j2sdk1.5.0)?

Also, FYI, I checked idea.log for some related information, but found nothing.


Works fine for me.

Downloaded the latest JDK from Sun today and installed it at C:\Program
Files\Java\jdk1.5.0. Pointing to that as the Home directory set up the
JDK for use. Set up a basic project to use the new JDK, compiled and
ran. No problems.

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Hi,

I saw the behaviour on OS X 10.4 (Tiger) with installed Mac JDK 5.0.

When I reinstalled the Aplle Java Tiger Release, everything was fine.

Regards, Wolfgang

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