Welcome OpenJ9 Release 0.10.0 featuring OpenJDK11!

Great news!  Eclipse OpenJ9 0.10.0 release ushers in OpenJDK11 with Eclipse OpenJ9, a Long-term support (LTS) Release in the new accelerated cadence of version releases.  The easiest way for you to try it out, is by downloading either: Pre-built JDK11 with OpenJ9 binaries (from AdoptOpenJDK) OpenJDK11 with OpenJ9 Docker images (from Docker hub) The Eclipse OpenJ9 0.10.0…

Release 0.9.0 is now available!

Time for a little celebration, with all the hard-working and dedicated people that contributed to the OpenJ9 0.9.0 Release (source).   Binaries are now available for download at AdoptOpenJDK: OpenJDK 8 with OpenJ9 0.9.0  (compliant JCK-certified binaries, functional/regression/system/jck tested) OpenJDK 9 with OpenJ9 0.9.0 for posterity, no future releases (feature complete, functional/regression/system tested) OpenJDK 10 with OpenJ9 0.9.0 (feature complete,…

Compiling a 32-bit Windows SDK (Java 8)

Interested in compiling your own 32-bit Windows SDK but getting stuck somewhere along the way?  The good news is that there are freshly updated Java 8 build instructions in the openj9 git repo for 32-bit Windows which will help you out with more details from start to finish. The new spec covers all of the…

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The Eclipse OpenJ9 Conversation

Welcome to the Eclipse OpenJ9 blog! Here is where we hope to share some interesting insights and information about the Eclipse OpenJ9 project. This is a place where we can highlight code features, share details about different components, analyze differences between implementations, discuss metrics and measurements and so forth. The content is created and driven…