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How to publish Java packages on Linuxbrew.

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What are Java packages?

Java is a general-purpose, concurrent, class-based, object-oriented programming language specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It lets application developers 'write once, run anywhere' (WORA), meaning that coders can write a single application and compile it on many platforms without rewriting it. These targeted applications include enterprise software systems, applets, browser plugins, J2ME apps, and other applications that have already driven the popularity of Java technology on the server and the embedded platform.


What is Linuxbrew?

Linuxbrew is a linux port of homebrew, the MacOS package manager. The goal of linuxbrew is to make it easier for people to install software on their home computer. It accomplishes this by making packages available that are built for multiple versions of Linux. Also, by default, packages are installed in your home directory without needing root access on your systems.

Publish Java packages on Linuxbrew with packagecloud

If you’re looking to publish Java packages on Linuxbrew, you can use packagecloud to handle all of your package management. Packagecloud works with all kinds of packages, not only Java packages. With packagecloud you can manage all of your packages from various OS’s, languages, and more. Always trust that your packages will be secure when you publish your Java packages on Linuxbrew via packagecloud.

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