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http4s Executable via GraalVM Native Image

This repository demonstrates how to compile an http4s application to a native executable using GraalVM's Native Image. The accompanying blog post has all the details.

To quickly get going:

  1. Having installed GraalVM Native Image run the nativeImageLocal task to generate an executable.

  2. Optionally, run startup-benchmark.sh and sustained-benchmark.sh to benchmark against the JVM, and analysis.py to generate graphs.

To build a Linux executable:

  1. Build the Docker image in the docker directory
cd docker
docker build -t inner-product/graalvm-native-image .
  1. Run the nativeImage task from sbt. The result will be a Linux executable.

License

Distributed under the MIT license.

Copyright 2020 Inner Product LLC

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