puzzles about hotspot interpreter

Colin(Du Li) dawn2004 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 16 19:46:30 PDT 2009

If you use command "java" to run your program, you should use option "-Xint"
to make jvm use interpreter mode. If you use command "gamma", you don't have
to do that, whose default is to use interpreter mode.


Liu lianshun wrote:
> Hello,
> I want to do some experiments with hotspot interpreter, precisely
> speeking, the C++-interpreter. I set CC_INTERP=1 when making hotspot. To
> test which interpreter will work, I embeded some codes which will create a
> file into the function bytecodeInterpreter::run(). But to my surprise,
> when I run the hotspot, no file will be created, so the function
> bytecodeInterpreter::run() wasn't invoked. If I didn't set CC_INTERP=1,
> the result was the same.
> In order to use C++-interpreter, what else should I do? Any details?
> Thanks a lot;-)
> Best regards
> Lianshun Liu

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