kaffe on embedded linux system
Thu, 18 May 2000 11:03:10 +0200
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "Clemens Kühnle" [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> I want to use the kaffe vm on an embedded linux system.
> Has anybody experiance with minimizing the vm?
> I don't need the awt classes and graphic libraries,
> How can i move the unneeded things?
> What else can i do to get the vm smaller?
I've done the following successfully:
Do configure with '--without-x --with-engine=intrp' to exclude GUI and the big JIT.
Either remove the unwanted .java files in libraries\javalib or edit the Makefile to exclude the unwanted files from the build process.
I've removed the following directories:
I had to change the following files which had dependencies to java.awt.Toolkit:
Then you do 'make Klasses' and you get a new Klasses.jar.
There are probably native methods in libraries\clib that's not needed any more but I haven't tried to remove them. If you do I would be interested to know what you did and how much space you saved.
> Clemens Kühnle
> 1.000.000 DM gewinnen - kostenlos tippen -
> IhrName@web.de, 8MB Speicher, Verschluesselung -