Running/Debugging a maven target on Intellij IDEA results in a big scary error message: -
Error running [...]: No valid Maven installation found. Either set the home directory in the configuration dialog or set the M2_HOME environment variable on your system.
To fix, you have to add M2_HOME variable in the Mac specific way.
Create or modify the file ~/.MacOSX/environment.plist, and add an entry for M2_HOME
If that file is already there, you may find that you can’t edit in a text editor because it is a binary file. First you will have to convert it to plain text (xml), edit it, and then you can convert it back to the binary format.
$ plutil -convert xml1 environment.plist
$ vim environment.plist
$ plutil -convert binary1 environment.plist
Ref: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/IDEA-21225 and http://devnet.jetbrains.net/thread/278634
The developer release of Google Chrome for Mac has been around for a while.
Finally, the general beta release is out – Google Chrome for Mac.
Here is a visual guide to creating multiple Firefox profiles and setting them up to run like separate applications on Snow Leopard.
Creating a new Firefox profile
Open terminal and execute the following command:
This should bring up the Firefox Profile Manager -
Go ahead and create a brand new profile.
Using Automator to run the new Firefox profile as an application
Now, on to creating a proper Mac application to run Firefox with your chosen profile. Continue reading
Google Chrome developer release on Mac -
Google Chrome on Mac
Being a developer release, it is incomplete.
How incomplete? You can’t run YouTube videos for example, a bunch of other plugins don’t work, and lots of other good stuff missing.
GMail works though, that is what I will be using it for now.
Download it here – Chrome developer release, if you can’t wait to see Chrome running on your Mac.