cygnus java compiler & ppc
David A. Gatwood
dgatwood at mvista.com
Sat Aug 21 04:59:29 EST 1999
On Thu, 19 Aug 1999, Brad Midgley wrote:
> i've been trying to get the cygnus java compiler to work. it's really
> cool--using .java *or* .class files as source it generates native code,
> with or without runtime safety measures like bounds checking. it links
> very cleanly with c++ and can be debugged in mixed language environments.
> well that's how it's supposed to work. on ppc, programs generated by gcj
> crash immediately. so... if anyone else is interested in looking at it,
> see my software page and get fsirl's gcc 2.95.1.
Does 2.95.1 generate valid code? The 2.95 version didn't seem to work
very well under LinuxPPC/MkLinux. Just wondering.
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