Openjdk 9 is now available in “java9-basic” bundle. This release includes interesting
features like a read-eval-print-loop (REPL) tool called jShell, a new modularity
capabilities that offers an easier way to assemble and maintain the code, new HTTP Client
with support for HTTP/2 protocol, etc.
“java9-basic” bundle can be easy installed with swupd as follows:
# swupd bundle-add java9-basic
Please notice that “java9-basic” bundle does NOT replace “java-basic” bundle, on the other
hand both of them can be installed in the same system.
Openjdk 8 will remain as the default Java installation. The Openjdk 9 commands will be
available with a “9” at the end of their names. Eg. java9, javac9, javadoc9.
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