we have ported sun jdk 1.5 as a research work, both interpreted & jit
works, many programs run well but still with some bugs left.
Not sure whether we can redistribute it(license, agreement of our
Maciej W. Rozycki 写道:
> On Fri, 28 Apr 2006, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
>> It's been several years, but at one point I successfully tested
>> and benchmarked commercail JVMs from Insignia (now part
>> of Esmertec, www.esmertec.com) and Skelmir (www.skelmir.com),
>> and managed to get the open source Kaffe VM (www.kaffe.org)
>> running on MIPS Linux as well. Kaffe has a JIT that has, alas,
>> been broken for MIPS and most other RISC architectures for
>> the last couple of years, but the JVM still works OK in interpreted
>> mode. I'm sure that there are other options - those are just the ones
>> I've had hands-on experience with.
> And there is of course GIJ -- a part of GCC (which is also able to
> compile Java source code to native machine code and link it with Java
> bytecode if necessary). I'm not sure how capable it is these days though.