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Downloads of v 0.61.1:
14 Jan 2021
- Max Rydahl Andersen
Tags:jbang bash java shell scripting
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Want to learn or explore Java instantly without setup ?
Do you like Java but uses python, groovy, kotlin or similar languages for your scripts ?
Ever tried out Java 11+ support for running
.java files directly in your shell but felt it was a bit too cumbersome ?
jbang which lets you do this:
$ jbang --init=cli hello.java
$ jbang hello.java Max!
[jbang] Resolving dependencies...
[jbang] Resolving info.picocli:picocli:4.5.0...Done
[jbang] Dependencies resolved
[jbang] Building jar...
$ jbang hello.java -h
Usage: hello [-hV] <greeting>
hello made with jbang
<greeting> The greeting to print
-h, --help Show this help message and exit.
-V, --version Print version information and exit.
Instant cli app generated built using java and picocli as a dependency that was fetched as needed for the compilation and execution.
.jshvia JShell from Java 9 and upwards
- Works on icon:windows Windows, icon:apple OSX and icon:linux Linux
- Install using SDKMan (icon:apple/icon:linux), Homebrew (icon:apple), Chocolatey (icon:windows) or Scoop (icon:windows)
- Dependency declarations using
//DEPS <gav>for automatic dependency resolution
- Control compile and runtime options with
- Compiled jar and Dependency resolution caching
- Launch with debug enabled for instant debugging from your favorite IDE
- Init templates to get started easily (
jbang --init=cli hello.java)
- Generate gradle and IDE config with dependencies for easy editing in your favorite IDE (
jbang edit myfile.java)
- (PLANNED) Lookup dependencies with a short-hand name, i.e.
// DEPS log4j:1.2+,picoclifor quick getting started.
To use it simply install
jbang and run
$tools = Split-Path $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition $package = Split-Path $tools $jbang_home = Join-Path $package 'jbang-0.61.1' $jbang_bat = Join-Path $jbang_home 'bin/jbang.cmd' Install-ChocolateyZipPackage ` -PackageName 'jbang' ` -Url 'https://github.com/jbangdev/jbang/releases/download/v0.61.1/jbang-0.61.1.zip' ` -Checksum 'eef4308fa8118e59fdda2b20d9883a3bfaefc16b5d9b6ecc17b32326d971a829' ` -ChecksumType 'sha256' ` -UnzipLocation $package Install-BinFile -Name 'jbang' -Path $jbang_bat
$tools = Split-Path $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition $package = Split-Path $tools $jbang_home = Join-Path $package 'jbang-0.61.1' $jbang_bat = Join-Path $jbang_home 'bin/jbang.cmd' Uninstall-BinFile -Name 'jbang' -Path $jbang_bat
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2020 Max Rydahl Andersen
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