Recently I wanted to try the new java8 integration javascipt shell. So I installed the Oracle JDK on my mac, opened a terminal and got the following result:
After some googling around I found that the jjs execution is part of the packaged jdk but not really there. After some time I found that it is installed under the name jrunscript. So now I only had to alias jjs to jrunscript and I could start.
To make this alias permanent I added the alias to the .profile config file.
That it is, now jjs is part of my system.
- invoking java gc through bash
- Java SPI - a simple hello world service
- FormDataHandler implements com.sun.net.httpserver.HttpHandler
- ant task to show content of a jar file
- debugging a java application with an interactive shell
- add jar to the classpath at runtime in jjs (the hacky way)
- doing objects in jjs
- read the content of a file in one line in jjs
- print something to the console in jjs
- improve TIBCO Designer tester performance under linux
- how the web component slot system works
- how web component attributes work
- writing a hello world web component
- embed a github commit log into markdown
- tracking virtual links with google analytics
- cloud-the-web - my new web project
- installing GLUEscript on debian squeeze 64bit