|AMPC 1.3.4 released (C to JVM compiler suite) firstname.lastname@example.org (napi) (2005-12-08)|
|Date:||8 Dec 2005 02:34:45 -0500|
|Keywords:||C, Java, available|
|Posted-Date:||08 Dec 2005 02:34:45 EST|
This message is to inform you about the release of version '1.3.4'
of AMPC (Axiomatic Multi-Platform C) C to JVM compiler suite.
Detailed info can be found at:
The changes in this release are as follows:
The latest AMPC allows pointer to struct variables be
accessed using array references. You can now use
printf() instead of printf2() to handle DOUBLE type data.
Also, AMPC now assumes all platforms (Linux, Mac,
Windows) to use JDK 1.5. Several bug fixes were also
Axiomatic Multi-Platform C (AMPC) is a C compiler suite with
an IDE that generates Java bytecode to produce platform
independent applicatons. It supports a very large subset of
ANSI C (1989). It can be used to develop new applications
using C as well as port existing applications written in C
to run on JVM enabled devices. A JNI (JVM Native Interface)
feature is available for calling native C or C++ functions.
Also, many Java methods can be called from AMPC. The asm()
directive can be used to embed Jasmin assembly code within
C source code. It is useful for writing new applications
using existing C skill-sets and porting C programs.
Towards platform independence with 'C'.
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