The Groovy enVironment Manager (GVM) helps users manage parallel versions of software development kits (SDKs) on Unix-based systems. It provides a command-line interface for installing, switching, removing, and listing candidates. Although the GVM APIâ€™s primary purpose is to work with the GVM clientside bash scripts, it can also be used by other clients.
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