Call Java programs from Julia.
Documentation is available at http://juliainterop.github.io/JavaCall.jl
- 0.7 branch is currently being maintained for bug fixes only
- master branch is currently proposed to be v0.8.0
Non-Windows Operating Systems
JavaCall and its derivatives do not work correctly on Julia 1.1 and Julia 1.2. On Julia 1.3, please set the environment variable
JULIA_COPY_STACKS. On 1.1 and 1.2, and on 1.3 without
JULIA_COPY_STACKS set, you may see segfaults or incorrect results. This is typically due to stack corruption. The Julia long-term-support version of 1.0.x continues to work correctly as before.
For Julia pre-1.5, consider the RootTaskRepl.jl package. With RootTaskREPL.jl, JavaCall is able to execute fine without the need of
JULIA_COPY_STACKS=1 with the exception of
@async calls. Starting with the Julia 1.5, the REPL backend now runs on the root Task by default.
Windows Operating System
Do not set the environmental variable
JULIA_COPY_STACKS. To use
@async start Julia in the following way:
$ julia -i -e "using JavaCall; JavaCall.init()"