Re: Is GCJ still active? Joel Dice Tue Feb 07 13:01:28 2012
On Tue, 7 Feb 2012, lucianomanzo wrote:
Hi Joel, Congratulations for this excellent project!! If I understend, it's possible to compile java code to binary code?
Yes, Avian supports either JIT (just-in-time) or AOT (ahead-of-time) compilation to machine code, or a mix of both.
A SWT application runs with avian?
Yes.Please direct any further questions or comments about Avian to [EMAIL PROTECTED], since they're off-topic for this list. Thanks.
Thank you On 06-02-2012 16:56, Joel Dice wrote:On Mon, 6 Feb 2012, Harpal Grover wrote: > On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 1:17 PM, Andrew Haley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:> > > > On 02/05/2012 06:33 PM, 孙波翔 wrote: > > > > > I am doing a project(open source) and need to complie some java> > > *.class files to *.dll and *.so files so that this files can run > > > without jre.> > > > > > I found there only have to tools can do it: Jet and GCJ. > > > > > > Jet is not under GPL license. And the latest release of GCJ was on > > > Sep> > > 22, 2009. I need to compile the java files and support JDK 1.7> > > features. So does GCJ still active and may support JDK 1.7 in > > > future? > > > > gcj ahas been released several times since then. There is a little> > development still going on, but at present there are no plans to do > > a release that supports Java 1.7 features.> > > > Andrew. > > > So naturally, the next question then would be: > > Will there be any capabilities to compile java applications to native> binaries using the OpenJDK? If not, who should we contact to convey > the ever so popular and growing interest in being able to do this for > Linux, OS X and Windows? Avian will do this well enough to run e.g. Eclipse, Tomcat, Jython, etc., but I haven't tested any Swing/AWT apps yet. OpenJDK 6 is supported, and I've just started on a OpenJDK 7 port. *  http://oss.readytalk.com/avian/
- Is GCJ still active? 孙波翔 2012/02/05
- Re: Is GCJ still active? Andrew Haley 2012/02/06