jdk_switcher - A yet another Ubuntu/Debian-specific tool that makes switching between multiple JDK versions a one liner

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This is a yet another Ubuntu/Debian-specific script that switches between multiple JDK versions (including those that may not have been installed via apt). It is meant to be used in the travis-ci.org CI environment but may be useful in other environments, too.

https://github.com/michaelklishin/jdk_switcher

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