Re: IBM Java SDK 1.4.1
Possibly? The Blackdown JDK source does not come with any JIT sources but it
does come with Hotspot sources but not for PPC.
Would someone like me be considered "contaminated" even if there is no JIT
being used (or Hotspot for that matter) for PPC since I have seen the built
the Sun sourcecode as part of Blackdown? What if I just stick to the ppc
On Sunday 25 January 2004 11:51, Dalibor Topic wrote:
> Frank Gevaerts wrote:
> > On Sun, Jan 25, 2004 at 12:12:20AM +0100, Victor Fuente wrote:
> >>Thank you, could you please tell me where is the JIT Documentation??
> > I posted all I know. I found it in the mailing list archives some time
> > ago.
> While we are on the subject of JITs for java runtimes for PowerPC
> processors, I'd like to point out that JanosVM 0.8.0, a fork of kaffe
> virtual machine , contains an alpha version of a JIT for PowerPC.
> In the hands of a willing PowerPC assembler speaking hacker, it could be
> merged back into the main kaffe sources, and turned into a nice
> perfomance booster for kaffe (which also happens to work fine on power64
> based platforms in the CVS).
> Any takers?
> dalibor topic
>  http://freshmeat.net/redir/janosvm/14957/url_tgz/janosvm-0.8.0.tar.gz
>  http://www.kaffe.org
>  See config/powerpc directory.