I have not tried your MMJ2 package but if it includes the correct Java version, then it might be the right solution (MMJ2 only supports Java 8, if I understood well).
Would there be a way to provide binary versions so that users would not have to build it themselves from source?
I see you have included MMJ2's sources in your repository. If you
have done any modification worth sharing, please consider also a
PR to the official repository! (https://github.com/digama0/mmj2)
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With the EMetamath Eclipse Plug-in, I have reused the core of
MMJ2, without reusing its GUI.
With Rust and metamath-knife, we try to have this kind of modular
is meant as a toolkit library which provides database parsing,
verification and access, and we can built several tools using it,
like command line tools, web pages generators, proofs assistants,