Paul Hohensee - Java SE
Paul.Hohensee at Sun.COM
Tue Sep 4 11:40:33 PDT 2007
Michael Neuweiler wrote:
> I wanted to start a port of the hotspot jvm for "Syllable"
> (www.syllable.org) but got stalled by the chicken and egg problem:
> "You need a working jvm to compile the jvm". heh, funny approach :)
> After I compiled the entire hotspot on a linux system, I removed all
> *.o files and pointed the JVM variable "ALT_BOOTDIR" to an invalid
> location and started the build again. The build failed when some XSLT
> had to be done. My idea was to move the pre-built package without .o
> files to Syllable and compile it there - because it's also POSIX
> compliant I expected a few changes by hand (of course without
> graphical output awt/swing).
> Is there a guide for kick-starting the port of the jvm to a new OS?
> Could I use a gnu implementation of java or even kaffee for the XSLT
> on syllable?
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