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Re: Event class?

From: Shane Nay
Subject: Re: Event class?
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 03:08:35 -0700

> I don't see any reference within the libgcj site about an interprettor
> driven enviro that can utilize libgcj?  Does such a thing exist?  (Or is it
> simply possible?)  See, my background, and primary interest is in embedded
> stuff (I used to work for AgendaComputing BTW), these types of enviroments
> would benefit greatly from an interpretter driven setup.  So you don't
> *need* the cross compiler, this confuses lots of would be developers.  They
> would also be greatly benefitted by native code with efficient link ups
> between the interpretted code and the native code (i.e. native calling
> conventions, pass args through registers, etc.)  But having a compiler such
> as gcj on board is a no go because of the space and resource limitations
> inherent in cost effective embedded devices.  So, what I would really like
> is to either have a fully interpretted enviro such as GNUClasspath and some
> VM, or some conglomeration of libgcj that allowed a VM.

Duh, didn't look close enough. gij. :)  Sorry for the confusion.


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