How is JVM.cpp used
david.holmes at oracle.com
Wed May 22 23:58:14 UTC 2013
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On 23/05/2013 3:38 AM, Jipeng Huang wrote:
> The reason why I had that question is that I noted that there're some
> method entries for methods inside java.lang.System in jvm.cpp. I don't know
> whether those entries would be used by interpreter or something else.
As Doug said jvm.cpp is the native implementations for a bunch of native
method defined in the JDK libraries. Look for JVM_ methods.
Some of those Java-level methods may also be subject to intrinsification
by C1/C2 in which case the JVM_ version will only be used from
> On Wed, May 22, 2013 at 10:29 AM, Jipeng Huang <robinhjp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm new to openjdk and currently I'm modifying some library methods like
>> methods inside java.lang.System. I can easily change the corresponding
>> method calls for c1 and c2 compilers by changing the mapping between
>> intrinsics and methods but I don't know where jvm.cpp is used and whether
>> that can affect the result.
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