Re: Latest version of the Debian/JAVA FAQ
>> `gcj' does not support JNI, and in previous inquiries to Cygnus, we
>> did not get get the impression that JNI is a priority. IIRC Tom
>> Tromey said that JNI could be implemented on top of CNI, and that
>> outside contributors are welcome to add it.
Per> I believe Tom is now actually working on JNI.
Oops, I missed this. Yes, I have implemented JNI.
It is missing one feature right now (you can't currently compile a
.class file that uses JNI functions to implement its native methods),
but I am working on this and hope to have it completed "soon".