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Re: Which JVM?
Re: Which JVM?
Sun, 12 Dec 2004 11:47:12 -0500
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Thomas Zander wrote:
sableVM: website is dead.
If the page was down when you tried to access it, it was probably a
temporary university-wide (UQAM) network problem as UQAM is currently
major restructuring of its network.
SableVM is very much alive! Please try again visiting
http://sablevm.org and subscribe to the mailing-lists. You will
definitely get answers to questions on the user or developer mailing
lists. try: http://sablevm.org/lists/sablevm-devel/
The following message from Grzegorz Prokopski, one of the leaders of the
project, will probably interest you:
You can also talk to us in real-time on IRC:
But Grzegorz is in vacation until Dec. 19, and I am preparing exams and
marking assignments (end of term), so activity might be low for the few
So, what do you guys use? Please provide a cooperative download with your
choice VM(s) so people can actually get started. The 'download' page seems
like a good point for this, since downloading classpath itself is pointless
without a JVM, right?
I definitely use SableVM. :-) It works on many, many platforms, has
robust code, etc. If you need any assistance, ask for help on the
appropriate (user/developer) SableVM mailing list.
Etienne M. Gagnon, Ph.D. http://www.info.uqam.ca/~egagnon/
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