I understand, just wanted to make sure it was "safe" to upgrade and there weren't any more showstopping bugs i didn't know about that would interfere with my game developing.
we still use 6 because, when we want to just try our game on linux and mac, there is very likely 6 installed.
and if the code requires 7 it doesnt work
as long as our code is on many machine, in many hands we use 6
at release we are going to compile it with 7 and ship a private jre of course.
That's a very good point you make. I didn't know Java 7 wasn't backwards compatible with Mac and Linux. According to the release notes, it said Java 7 was simply a bug fix and i assumed nothing would break if i upgraded.
Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.