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Monthly Archives: March 2005

gcjx tree generation

As Mark pointed out, last week I sent out a gcjx status note. I’ve done a lot of gcjx hacking recently, though, and some of this is now out of date. In particular, I wrote most of the code for the binary compatibility ABI, and I made the source-to-tree path robust enough to compile all […]

Upcoming Talks and Not

A talk I submitted was accepted to the O’Reilly Open Source Conference. It is called “The State of Free JVMs”; basically I’ll talk about where we are, where we’re going, etc, with some cool demos. Everybody, please show up Unfortunately my proposal for JavaOne was rejected. Surely they rejected it out of fear of GNU […]

Jonas Again

I thought I would one-up Anthony’s Tomcat-on-gcj screen shot with a screen shot of Jonas, compiled with gcj, running the store demo: This still has a few performance problems, too, though Andrew is tracking them down at the moment. And, at the moment getting this running is a bit of a hack, but that is […]