First gcc-compiled Java program runs!
mike at mtcc.com
Sat Jun 14 12:05:23 PDT 1997
Per Bothner writes:
> The following little Java program compiles under "cc1java"
> (the Gcc front-end for Java that reads a .class file and
> emits assembly code). It runs correctly, using Kaffe (a
> modified pre-0.9.1 snapshot) as the run-time engine.
> It took 16 seconds to execute. In comparison, the
> same programs compiled by Kaffe's JIT takes 26 seconds,
> and Sun's JDK 1.1 takes 88 seconds to run the same program.
> In all cases, this is under Solaris 2.5.
K00l beans Per, but one thing that would
be interesting to know is how well it stacks
up to a native C implementation. It would be
easy to rewrite your program, but I don't have
your Sun to reference your number to.
Michael Thomas (mike at mtcc.com http://www.mtcc.com/~mike/)
"I dunno, that's an awful lot of money."
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