Jim Pick jim at kaffe.org
Mon Mar 18 08:32:02 PST 2002

I just read the license, and it looks like you are right, it can only be
used by a single user or corporation.  We could install it on kaffe.org, but
only one person would be allowed to use it.


 - Jim

----- Original Message -----
From: "Erik Corry" <corry at daimi.au.dk>
To: <kaffe at rufus.w3.org>
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2002 7:59 AM
Subject: Re: SPECjvm98

> On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 07:40:06AM -0800, Jim Pick wrote:
> >
> > They test kaffe using it here.
> >
> > http://www.shudo.net/jit/perf/
> >
> > There are some issues (can't load it as an applet, needs a larger heap).
> >
> > Maybe we can order a copy for kaffe.org and put it on the server?  I'm
> > TVT will spot the $50 or $100 bucks.  Interested in that?
> I don't think SPEC would let you (though I haven't checked).
> What I'm interested in isn't the performance of Kaffe as such
> (though that would be fun if I had the time), but I want to
> use the Kaffe interpreter to generate traces showing allocations
> and pointer writes in order to test/simulate some GC ideas I
> have.
> So it's not going to benefit TVT really.
> I may be able to get my University to pay.
> --
> Erik Corry erik at arbat.com
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>   Bill Joy:     "That's right! There you go! It is too much trouble to say
>                  because cat's smaller and only needs two pages of

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