Compiling kaffe classes

Santoro Corrado csanto at
Mon Apr 12 02:07:14 PDT 1999

On 12 Apr 1999, Alexandre Oliva wrote:

> On Apr 12, 1999, Santoro Corrado <csanto at> wrote:
> > The only porting of JDK that I've found in Internet does not use
> > native threads, so each time a blocking call is issued, every thread
> > is suspended :((((
> Kaffe doesn't use native threads either.  There's a partial
> implementation for GNU/Linux, but it doesn't work yet.  Anyway, Kaffe
> takes care of context-switching for blocking calls, unless you issue
> them yourself, from native code.

Thank you for the clarification. If you let me know the zone in the
sources where the floating point bug can be found, I can try to fix it.

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