[kaffe] pure java vs. native implementations
sballard at netreach.com
Fri Jan 10 12:50:04 PST 2003
Dalibor Topic wrote:
> Yeah, that sounds good. Something like
> --with-pure-java=PACKAGE,... as in
> --with-pure-java=java.math,java.util.zip should be
> easy. I could add a pure-java directory in
> libraries/javalib and set java_math_SRCS and
> java_util_zip_SRCS conditionally. What do you think ?
How about a warning if you're using pure-java things with the intrp engine?
Also, assuming we would probably want to default to pure-java for most
things, would --without-pure-java=java.math be possible to only switch
*off* one package compared to the default?
Also, "all" should be a valid value (for both with and without), if at
Then I guess make the default be --with-pure-java=all for jit mode, and
--without-pure-java=all for intrp mode.
> Yeah, but it would require some kind of generic
> Service Provider Interface for packages/classes (as
> all implementations would be in the same namespace),
> and I doubt that's worth it. I'd also assume that most
> people would use a single implementation all the time.
It would also defeat the purpose of having higher-performance native
implementations by wrapping them in a slower java wrapper, wouldn't it?
Stuart Ballard, Programmer
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