|Written in||C, C++, Java, assembly|
|Operating system||Linux, AIX, Windows, macOS, Solaris|
|License||GNU GPL+linking exception|
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As of 2019, the project provides builds for versions 8 and 11 of the OpenJDK, both for the HotSpot and OpenJ9 Java virtual machines.
The project aims to provide builds that integrate security fixes beyond the six-months support window provided by Oracle.
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