As I’m using IntelliJ IDEA and while creating a new project one can choose which version of Java they wanna use, so the problem is solved.
I’m not a regular user of Jetbrains tools and often use only code editors, so I didn’t know that I can choose a Java version during the project creation step.
hi @DevotionGeo - I’ve never even heard of asdf before
From what I can see about asdf it manages multiple languages, if you are constantly switching between languages and then versions within those languages then maybe asdf will work well for you. But as I’ve said, I have never used it.
If you do decide to use it let me know what you think.
Actually I’ve used asdf before in Ubuntu, and I’ve liked it. But once when I was trying to make Quarkus work with an asdf installed Java, I failed to make it work. Now I realize that I had installed a version other than the Hotspot Java which is recommended by Quarkus.
I’ve previously used jenv for handling multiple versions of Java (for use with JRuby), but if you’re already using asdf I think you should just continue with that and not introduce yet another new tools.