Oracle Releases GraalVM 22.3, GraalVM CE Java Code Going To OpenJDK

Written by Michael Larabel in Oracle on 25 October 2022 at 07:20 PM EDT. 8 Comments
ORACLE --
GraalVM 22.3 is now available as Oracle's quarterly feature release to this high performance Java JVM/JDK that also supports additional programming languages and execution models.

GraalVM 22.3 is their first release now offering JDK 19 builds in addition to JDK versions 11 / 17 / 19. GraalVM 22.3 also now has available one-line GraalVM JDK download support, simple jwebserver support as a Native Image, new Native Image APIs and other Native Image enhancements, a variety of Graal compiler updates, GraalPython as its Python language implementation has been renamed to GraalPy, the GraalVM LLVM Runtime CE is now available on Windows, new Ruby language features, and a variety of other enhancements.


Oracle GraalVM 22.3


GraalVM 22.3 Community Edition can be downloaded from GitHub. More details on GraalVM 22.3 is also available from their Medium.com blog.

Oracle also announced today that GraalVM JIT and Native Image support for Java will become part of OpenJDK. Oracle is donating the Java components from GraalVM Community Edition to upstream OpenJDK. More details on that separate announcement via GraalVM.org.
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