FMI4j performance boost

Beginning with version 0.9 of FMI4j, JNI will be used for accessing the native FMI C API rather than JNA.
This brings with it a huge performance gain, as JNI is considerable faster than JNA.
A performance increase of 2-5x can be excpected over the old FMI4j and other JVM implemented FMI librararies such as JavaFMI and JFMI.

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