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avian - Avian is a lightweight virtual machine and class library designed to provide a useful subset of Java's features, suitable for building self-contained applications


These are examples of building Avian on various operating systems for the x86_64 architecture. You may need to modify JAVA_HOME according to where the JDK is installed on your system. In all cases, be sure to use forward slashes in the path.Avian is a lightweight virtual machine and class library designed to provide a useful subset of Java's features, suitable for building self-contained applications. More information is available at the project web site.

sbt-jmh - "Trust no one, bench everything." - sbt plugin for JMH (Java Microbenchmark Harness)


SBT plugin for running OpenJDK JMH benchmarks.JMH is a Java harness for building, running, and analysing nano/micro/milli/macro benchmarks written in Java and other languages targeting the JVM.

openjdk-website - Website source


This repository contains the source code for https://www.adoptopenjdk.net.The master branch contains the source code necessary for development. A Jenkins job is used to run a build on this source code, and the output of this build is pushed to the gh-pages branch. GitHub Pages then uses this gh-pages branch to host the live, production website.




nexus - A Sonatype Nexus Repository Manager Docker image based on Alpine with OpenJDK 8


A Sonatype Nexus Repository Manager image based on Alpine with OpenJDK 8.Installation of Nexus is to /opt/sonatype/nexus-version.

openjdk-runtime - Google Cloud Platform OpenJDK Docker image


This repository contains the source for the Google-maintained OpenJDK docker image. This image can be used as the base image for running Java applications on Google App Engine Flexible Environment and Google Container Engine.The runtime image gcr.io/google-appenine/openjdk:8 will be automatically selected if you are attempting to deploy a JAR (*.jar file).

sbt-jcstress - Trust no-one, and especially not memory visibility.


The Java Concurrency Stress tests (jcstress) is an experimental harness and a suite of tests to aid the research in the correctness of concurrency support in the JVM, class libraries, and hardware.Sidenote: jcstress is a very specialized tool, and unlike jmh (and sbt-jmh), it is rather unlikely you actually need it - unless you're implementing low level concurrency primitives.



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


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.

openjdk8-releases - AdoptOpenJDK main binary releases for OpenJDK 8 with HotSpot


This repository is for publishing all of the tagged releases which match releases from OpenJDK proper (http://openjdk.java.net). The AdoptOpenJDK OpenJDK binaries are not fully tested (JCK/TCK + further testing) and verified. For production you should look to professionally supported Java implementations from Oracle, Azul, IBM, RedHat, SAP and other vendors.