|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 firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-12-10)|
|Re: native code produced by Java bytecode JIT compilers kuznetso@MIT.EDU (1996-12-15)|
|From:||kuznetso@MIT.EDU (Eugene Kuznetsov)|
|Date:||15 Dec 1996 15:44:31 -0500|
> Does anyone know a way of viewing the native code produced by JIT
No, there is currently no way to do that. I doubt that it is something
that any JIT vendor, my employer included, would be motivated to add
this. Other than being useful for study (or, in the mind of the paranoid,
reverse-engineering) it upsets the cross-platform balance so important to
java. (Java source that relies on JIT behavior for functional or
optimization purposes is not likely to be terribly portable.)
Is there some specific thing you're trying to find out about or are you
generally interested in how java JIT's work?
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