porting openJDK to MINIX
rafal.lewczuk at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 09:14:35 PST 2012
Depending on what you're interested in, using simple JVM instead of
OpenJDK may also be an option.
JamVM: http://jamvm.sourceforge.net/ might be a good candidate.
If you're going to have high-performance, production JVM (which is
propably the case in Minix), or you've been assigned with specific task
of porting than of course have no choice.
But if this is student project, using JVM that is simple enough to grasp
its codebase in few days might save you a lot effort.
On 12/14/2012 02:19 PM, John Smith wrote:
> I need to port openJDK to MINIX (and also write some bytecode interpreter
> if not the whole JVM, it only needs to run .class files compiler is not
> needed). Given that I'm CS student on second year, I would be very thankful
> if somebody can point me in right direction, suggest some literature or
> give me some insight for solving this problem. Also, if its possible for
> somebody to roughly estimate how much time is needed for this project, it
> would help me to get a better picture.
> Thanks in advance,
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