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#9 Initial AMD64/X86-64/EM64T port

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2012-09-21
2006-11-03
Ian Rogers
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This code comes from work by Frederik De Schrijver (the
University of Ghent), Arun Thomas and Dan Williams (the
University of Virginia). The work is described in
http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~dww4s/pubs/amd64jikes.pdf .
It provides a baseline compiler port of the Jikes RVM
to x86-64 using the extra registers and 64bit address
space (unlike the current x86-64 config file that just
runs the Jikes RVM in the 32bit address space with just
8 registers).

Ian

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  • Dave Grove
    Dave Grove
    2006-11-07

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    It would be nice if we could get all the contributors to
    stick in one of the standard contribution statements
    (http://jikesrvm.sourceforge.net/info/contributions.shtml).
    That would make it possible for us to eventually move the
    code from the research archive to the main repository.