Using Sun's stuff
Derek L Davies
ddavies at world.std.com
Fri Oct 22 14:03:32 PDT 1999
Sometimes I feel I would like to compare Sun's Java implementation
against Kaffe. Would doing so prohibit me from contributing to
Kaffe's development in any way? I'd guess that I shouldn't be looking
at their source code (ie don't sign the SCSL ;-) It must be o.k. to
read their specs and implement them, right (just checking)? What
about header files?
Specifically I am working on JVMDI. I have written a jvmdi.h file
that was derived completely from the JVMDI spec and my own noggin' - I
have never seen or possesed Sun's jvmdi.h . Sun has an SDK for JVMDI.
I have not downloaded this at all, but it would be helpful in
developing a clone if I could do that. Is it o.k. for me to download
and run this SDK? Is it o.k. for me to examine the jvmdi.h they
supply with it?
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