Jul 20, 2023

Selection of Java libraries by Matthew Johnson

Selection of libraries for Java which are useful and not provided with Java.

  • Unix Sockets Library This is a collection of classes and native code to allow you to read and write Unix sockets in Java.
  • Debug Library This is a comprehensive logging and debugging solution.
  • CGI Library This is a collection of classes and native code to allow you to write CGI applications in Java.
  • I/O Library This provides a few much needed extensions to the Java I/O subsystem. Firstly, there is a class which will connect and InputStream with an OutputStream and copy data between them. Secondly there are two classes for inserting into an Input or OutputStream pipe a command line command, so that everything is piped through that command. Thirdly there are a pair of classes for splitting streams in two. This can either be to two OuputStreams, or to an OutputStream and a file. Equivelent to the UNIX tool tee in UNIX pipes.
  • Hexdump This class formats byte-arrays in hex and ascii for display.

Checkout these related ports:
  • Zziplib - Library to provide transparent read access to zipped files
  • Zydis - Fast and lightweight x86/x86-64 disassembler library
  • Zycore-c - Support library with platform independent types, macros, etc for Zydis
  • Zthread - Platform-independent object-oriented C++ threading library
  • Zookeeper - Coordination Service for Distributed Applications
  • Zls - Zig LSP implementation + Zig Language Server
  • Zfp - High throughput library for compressed floating-point arrays
  • Zeal - Offline documentation browser
  • Zapcc - C++ caching compiler based on clang
  • Zanata-platform - Web-based translation platform
  • Zanata-cli - Zanata Java command line client
  • Z88dk - Complete Z80/Z180 development kit
  • Z80ex - ZiLOG Z80 CPU emulator library
  • Z80asm - Assembler for the Z80 microprocessor
  • Z80-asm - Z80 assembly code assembler and disassembler