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micro virtualenv for Java

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# jvirtualenv
A micro Java environment switch which inspired by `virtualenv`.

## OS Supports:
Linux and any other OS whose shell is bash or zsh.

Windows support is a TBD (low priority though).

## Requirements:
1. JDK(*Oracle JDK*) should be placed on a folder whose name is `java`
and its name should startswith `jdk`. (maybe need `sudo updatedb`)

Exp: `/opt/java/jdk-9`,`/opt/java/jdk1.8.0_144`

Or you can edit the config file directly. (not recommented)

The config file should be as followed:
```
[
{
"tag": "9",
"version": "9",
"bit": "64",
"home": "/opt/java/jdk-9"
},
{
"tag": "1.8:0:64",
"version": "1.8.0_144",
"bit": "32",
"home": "/opt/java/jdk1.8.0_144"
}
]

```

2. Python3

## Usage:

1. `pip3 install jvirtualenv`
2. `jvirtualenv list-tag` (view all jdk tag)
3. `jvirtualenv -j 1.8 <myproject>` (if 1.8 is prefix of someone tag)
4. `source <myproject>/bin/activate` (activate virtual java env)
5. `deactivate` (deactivate the virtualenv)


**FOR EXCELLENT PYTHON3 AND VIRTUALENV!**



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