|java compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Christof Simons) (2001-08-25)|
|Java Compiler email@example.com (Iztok Prelog) (1998-12-18)|
|Re: Java Compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (John Anthony Busigin) (1998-12-19)|
|Re: Java Compiler email@example.com (Gerd Bleher) (1998-12-21)|
|Re: Java Compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Markus Kohler) (1999-01-11)|
|From:||Gerd Bleher <email@example.com>|
|Date:||21 Dec 1998 11:47:54 -0500|
|Organization:||Hewlett Packard GmbH, BSTD R&D|
Iztok Prelog <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Does anybody know where can I find some information about java to
> bytecode compiler (how the compiler works). I'm doing a research work
> and I would be very greatfull for any information.
IBM's Jikes compiler became OpenSource. I didn't read the licensing
conditions but I assume that you'll be allowed to look at the code.
Alphaworks is IBM's Java related Web site:
It leads you finally to http://www.research.ibm.com/jikes/, the Java
compiler home page.
If you're just interested in the Java Virtual Machine:
o SUN made Java 2.0 Open Source
o KAFFE (see http://www.transvirtual.com/) is another JVM that comes
with source code
> [As far as I know, a Java compiler is just like any other compiler.
> The output language doesn't affect the overall compiler structure very
> much. -John]
Right. There are other compilers can generate code for the JVM in the
meantime, e.g. the Eiffel compiler from ISE.
/ Gerd Bleher; Hewlett Packard GmbH
___________ __/ _________ http://hpbidras.bbn.hp.com/~gerdb _____
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