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[DotGNU]RE: Developers digest, Vol 1 #115 - 2 msgs

From: Gary L. Sun
Subject: [DotGNU]RE: Developers digest, Vol 1 #115 - 2 msgs
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 12:48:07 +0800

This is a gjc or gcj for gcc. May it will help. Do not
know whether this is what you are looking for ?


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Today's Topics:

   1. Open Source ECMA CLI Library Project (Nanja, Murthi)
   2. Stack Based VM's -> gcc (Scott Lanham)


Message: 1
From: "Nanja, Murthi" <address@hidden>
To: "'address@hidden'" <address@hidden>
Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 16:55:40 -0700
Subject: [DotGNU]Open Source ECMA CLI Library Project

This is a message to announce a newly created open source project called
Open CLI Libraries (OCL). The project has two basic principles (1) To
validate the technical merit of the ECMA CLI Library specifications (2) Help
build a platform to enable research in CLI Technology. The project is hosted
on SourceForge and has a URL of Intel
Labs has provided a 0.1.0 implementation of the ECMA Base Class Libraries.
There are also code stubs for the rest of the Kernel and Compact Profiles.
The code is free to download under the Intel Open Source License for OCL
(basically a BSD license with Expert Notice). For those of you familiar with
Intel's ORP (Open Research Platform), it is a similar license. 
Please feel free to download the code and check it out and also to join the
OCL mailing list. Please feel free to direct any questions you have to that
mailing list. 
Check out the readme for more information:
Murthi Nanja
e-Business Solutions Lab
Intel Corporation
The views and statements expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of
Intel Corporation, its subsidiaries or its employees. 


Message: 2
From: Scott Lanham <address@hidden>
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Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 21:42:35 +0000
Subject: [DotGNU]Stack Based VM's -> gcc


I am looking at the problem of gettig gcc to be VM friendly.

What is it going to take to turn RTL into STL?

I can spend loads of time trying to decipher Java and the .Net spec. What I 
am really looking for is a comprehensive definition of the output required 
gcc needs to produce that is generic enough to cover a large proportion of 
the VM (present and future) population.

Any takers?




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