Any news on the Classfile API?

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  • jdk-sandbox

    JDK Committers Sandbox

    Code is here and is still receiving commits, I'm assuming more news will be released when it's closer to being released.

  • javawriter

    A Java API for generating .java source files.

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  • Maker

    Lightweight, full-featured, low-level dynamic Java class generator designed for ease of use.

    If you want an alternative to ASM, try Cojen/Maker, which is designed to be much easier to use than any of the other class writing APIs, including the one proposed by JEP-8280389. Here's a comparison.

  • proguard-core

    Library to read, write, analyze, and process java bytecode

    Anyways, have you looked at Proguard core?

  • Byte Buddy

    Runtime code generation for the Java virtual machine.

    Just a drive-by comment: ByteBuddy is worth a look It is built on top of ASM.

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