|native code produced by Java bytecode JIT compilers jhummel@crispix.ICS.UCI.EDU (Joe Hummel) (1996-12-07)|
|Re: native code produced by Java bytecode JIT compilers email@example.com (1996-12-10)|
|Re: native code produced by Java bytecode JIT compilers kuznetso@MIT.EDU (1996-12-15)|
|From:||Joe Hummel <jhummel@crispix.ICS.UCI.EDU>|
|Date:||7 Dec 1996 23:11:13 -0500|
Does anyone know a way of viewing the native code produced by JIT
compilers? There is the source to a public domain JVM with JIT
capability called Kaffe
(http://web.soi.city.ac.uk/homes/tim/kaffe/kaffe.htm), but JIT is only
supported for i386 (in which case I need to install Linux on a PC,
then Kaffe, then modify the source...).
I was hoping for an easier way, e.g. that JIT compilers cache their
results in some standard place, or perhaps there is a Java API for
getting at the native code.
Thanks in advance,
ICS Graduate Student, UC Irvine
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