|java compiler email@example.com (Christof Simons) (2001-08-25)|
|Java Compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Iztok Prelog) (1998-12-18)|
|Re: Java Compiler email@example.com (John Anthony Busigin) (1998-12-19)|
|Re: Java Compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Gerd Bleher) (1998-12-21)|
|Re: Java Compiler email@example.com (Markus Kohler) (1999-01-11)|
|From:||Markus Kohler <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||11 Jan 1999 14:38:57 -0500|
|Organization:||Hewlett Packard GmbH, BSTD R&D|
Gerd Bleher <email@example.com> writes:
> 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.
Yes you are allowed to see the source code.
Unfortunately some of the code is generated by a compiler generator
also available from the alphaworks web site. At least when I checked it
some weeks ago the source code for the compiler generator was not available
and the license was different.
> Right. There are other compilers can generate code for the JVM in the
> meantime, e.g. the Eiffel compiler from ISE.
SmallEiffel (http://www.loria.fr/projets/SmallEiffel/) also generates
Java byte codes and it's free and comes with source code.
Markus Kohler mailto:email@example.com
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