Graal alternatives and similar libraries
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Please refer to the GraalVM website for documentation. You can find most of the documentation sources in the [
docs/](docs/) directory in the same hierarchy as displayed on the website. Additional documentation including developer instructions for individual components can be found in corresponding
docs/ sub-directories. The documentation for the Truffle framework, for example, is in [
truffle/docs/](truffle/docs/). This also applies to languages, tools, and other components maintained in related repositories.
- Open a GitHub issue for bug reports, questions, or requests for enhancements.
- Join the GraalVM Slack to connect with the community and the GraalVM team.
- Report a security vulnerability according to the Reporting Vulnerabilities guide.
This source repository is the main repository for GraalVM and includes the following components:
||Configuration files for GitHub issues, workflows, ….|
||Graal compiler, a modern, versatile compiler written in Java.|
||Espresso, a meta-circular Java bytecode interpreter for the GraalVM.|
||TRegex, a regular expression engine for other GraalVM languages.|
||GraalVM SDK, long-term supported APIs of GraalVM.|
||Framework for ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation with Native Image.|
||Sulong, an engine for running LLVM bitcode on GraalVM.|
||Tools for GraalVM languages implemented with the instrumentation framework.|
||GraalVM's language implementation framework for creating languages and tools.|
||Components for building GraalVM distributions.|
||GraalWasm, an engine for running WebAssembly programs on GraalVM.|
GraalVM provides additional languages, tools, and other components developed in related repositories. These are:
|FastR||Implementation of the R language.|
|GraalPython||Implementation of the Python language.|
|GraalVM Demos||Several example applications illustrating GraalVM capabilities.|
|Native Build Tools||Build tool plugins for GraalVM Native Image.|
|SimpleLanguage||A simple example language built with the Truffle framework.|
|SimpleTool||A simple example tool built with the Truffle framework.|
|TruffleRuby||Implementation of the Ruby language.|
|VS Code Extensions||VS Code extensions for GraalVM.|
GraalVM Community Edition is open source and distributed under [version 2 of the GNU General Public License with the “Classpath” Exception](LICENSE), which are the same terms as for Java. The licenses of the individual GraalVM components are generally derivative of the license of a particular language (see the table below). GraalVM Community is free to use for any purpose - no strings attached.
|[GraalVM Compiler](compiler/LICENSE.md), [SubstrateVM](substratevm/LICENSE), [Tools](tools/LICENSE), [VM](vm/LICENSE_GRAALVM_CE)||GPL 2 with Classpath Exception|
|[GraalVM SDK](sdk/LICENSE.md), [GraalWasm](wasm/LICENSE), [Truffle Framework](truffle/LICENSE.md), [TRegex](regex/LICENSE.md)||Universal Permissive License|
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Graal README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.