picocli is different from other Java CLI libraries:
It is designed to be included in source form. This lets users run picocli-based applications without requiring picocli as an external dependency.
I did some research to finalise a diff generation library for myself.
The bug pointed out by @pacoverflow seems resolved. I did not face this issue.
My vote is for fge json-patch because of following ...
Java is a set of specifications, for the language and for the JVM.
To do your programming, you need an implementation of those specs. That implementation is known as a Java Development Kit (JDK).
Based on your requirements, I think JetBrains Xodus is a very choice of database. It has three types of database- a key-value storage, an entity-store and a database for files and streams.
The Apache PDFBox® library is an open source Java tool for working with PDF documents. This project allows creation of new PDF documents, manipulation of existing documents and the ability to extract ...
Disclosure: I'm the main author/maintainer of the suggested library, but it seems to be a very good match for what the question asks.
This project contains a large collection of ...
Quadtree is usable:
Free, open source
Find objects within a rectangle
Set an object at particular coordinates
... but it has some drawbacks:
Search is not by radius, it is rectangle.
There are two libraries I can recommend. Both support sparse matrices, including matrix-matrix multiplication, matrix-matrix element-wise multiplication and matrix-vector multiplication. Both are open-...
I would suggest taking a look at SchemDraw which is a python package which:
can output results in svg, eps, or pdf,
allows you to define your own components,
is cross platform, (including windows),
Jakaroma does this, and it is based on Kuromoji which is much better at kanji transliteration than Kakasi and even Mecab.
Open source: Apache 2 license
Size: 11 MB
Transliteration quality: ...
If you install a headless browser such phantomjs or slimerjs on the machine you can use a CasperJS interface to control it.
There's a jUnit-CasperJS project on Github that can be convenient for this ...
Since you already know Java and want to be able to implement all the functionality you need along with keeping the flexibility to add any further image processing to your application as needed, you ...
Use a build of OpenJDK provided by the Adoptium project.
Or, for specific needs, consider any of several other vendors discussed below.
New release cadence and policies