[Mono-list] Re: x86 JIT

Jay Freeman (saurik) saurik@saurik.com
Tue, 10 Jul 2001 15:59:37 -0500


Take a look at the bottom of the e-mail, it has "Original message:" there,
below which is the original message.  I've been having problems getting a
few posts (they finally came in over the last 10 minutes all bunched
together), so I couldn't reply to the original message and was working off
the archives.  I still haven't gotten this message yet, however (ok,
correctly, it JUST came in as I am about to hit the send button on this
message).  Just in case, here, again, was the original message from John

Oh, sorry I forgot to put this in my last message. If you really are
interested in focusing on Linux x86, rather than using a gcc backend, I
would HIGHLY recommend a look at Intel's Open Research Platform (ORP)
JIT for Java.  It's clean, well-designed, and basically under an
Apache-style license: http://www.intel.com/research/mrl/orp/.
  Very nice code, several different garbage collectors, etc.

Jay Freeman (saurik)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Salita" <bsalita@hotmail.com>
To: <mono-list@ximian.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 3:49 PM
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Re: x86 JIT

> Jay,
> >I totally agree with this.
> What is it that you totally agree with? Nothing from the original post is
> quoted, nor can I find the original message.
> Also this link to slashdot seems dead:
> >- On Slashdot: http://slashdot.org/comments.plsid=01/07/05/205203&cid=217
> >on one of the Mono related articles.
> BTW, thanks for answering the FAQ questions that I submitted. Your learned
> opinion has been awesome and valuable. You obviously spent considerable
> in composing answers. Your efforts are much appreciated!
> Bob.