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I am trying to create my first macro with LibreOffice version 22.214.171.124 on a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.14.5. When I select menu item 'Tools Macros Run Macro' I get this popup box: 'LibreOffice requires Oracle's Java Development Kit (JDK) on Mac OS X 10.10 or greater to perform this task. Please install them and restart LibreOffice.' However, the title of the popup box is 'JRE Required'.
I found a potential answer to this problem in the question 'Mac Java problem when creating a database' but the detailed directions talk about installing the JDK. The error messages I got in the popup implied that I need both the JDK and the JRE.
When I install the JDK will I also get a copy of the JRE? What are the current instructions for installing the needed Oracle libraries if I want to use macros?
When I install the JDK will I also get a copy of the JRE?
Yes. As I understand, Oracle doesn’t provide a JRE alone. Sorry, I can’t give any other pointer as I don’t use Mac.
@gabix There is a JRE for Mac OS X (current versions filename is
jre-8u221-macosx-x64.dmg), but LibreOffice can't deal with that.
I meant the current Java, not the old Java 8.
E-bot, why not repost it as an answer?
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Since I work with Windows and not with Mac, I only saw it as an additional hint. And the question was already marked as solved. If it still helps, so much the better. Have all your joy in it.