From: DUBCHAK, JOHN [Non-Pharmacia/1000] <john.dubchak@mo...> - 2001-10-01 18:27:33
Isn't the GNU project doing something like that? I think they're =
something called GCJ that is supposed to be a GNU based Java compiler. =
just not sure if it compiles to native code, or is supposed to run =
From: steve [mailto:beforewisdom@...]
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 1:25 AM
Subject: Re: [ jEdit-users ] specific platform compile
Isn't is supposed to compile down to machine native code?
Daniil V. Kolpakov wrote:
> On 28 =D0=A1=D0=B5=D0=BD=D1=82=D1=8F=D0=B1=D1=80=D1=8C 2001 18:44, =
>>What about JIKES?
> WHAT about jikes? I know jikes was a 'javac' replacement in IBM's =
> did it go any further or what?
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On Mon, 1 Oct 2001 13:25:50 -0500, "DUBCHAK, JOHN [Non-Pharmacia/1000]" <john.dubchak@...> wrote:
> Isn't the GNU project doing something like that? I think they're creating
> something called GCJ that is supposed to be a GNU based Java compiler. I'm
> just not sure if it compiles to native code, or is supposed to run within a
Either. Gcj compiles Java source to Java class files, Java source to native
machine code, or Java class files to native machine code.