You can download the library, its source code, examples of how to use it, and runtime performance tests:
invokedynamic library and some Java examples. This file
includes the following directories:
/bootstrapDispacher: Contains an example of how to create a custom Bootstrap.
The example includes a constant bootstrap (
MyBootstrap) and a mutable one
/invokedynamicTest: Contains a battery of tests of the
/interfaceTest: Contains the test of the ProxyFactory methods that receives an interface as a parameter. These methods obtain the best runtime performance.
/lib: The binaries.
injector.rar: An example that uses Jindy to implement a dynamically adaptable dependency injector (described in the article).
higher-order.rar: An example of using Jindy to add runtime resolved higher-order functions to Java.
invokedynamic library binaries (a jar file).
The source code of the
benchmarks.rar: All the benchmarks used to evaluate runtime performance and memory consumption of Jindy.
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