[Mono-list] Java Bytecode -> IL Bytecode Compiler
Fri, 11 Jan 2002 10:25:28 +0530
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Gaurav Vaish" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 01:37
Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Java Bytecode -> IL Bytecode Compiler
: The bytecode converter would be relatively simple, but the resulting code
: would be unusable without a set of work alike java class libs built on top
Let me not worry about this at the initial stages. Let me just focus on the
design of the compiler first.
: of System. Its doable, (and would be very cool) but maping the java corlib
: onto the .net corlib will take alot of work. I suggest you start a second
: project for javalib on .net. It would be very usefull by itself.
This may be added as a feature for next version of the compiler. Let me
first design a level #0 compiler.
: On Thu, 10 Jan 2002, Gaurav Vaish wrote:
: > Hello,
: > I spawned a thread at developers mailing list at dotGNU and though
: > also do the same here.
: > This semester at my college, I am auditing a course on compilers and
: > it would be a good idea to implement a Java Bytecode to IL Bytecode
: > jilc as I like to call it.
: > I was just wondering if any of the hackers here has done some part in
: > Those interested in what took place publically, please have a look at:
: > http://subscribe.dotgnu.org/pipermail/developers/2002-January/001646.html
: > Thanks Rhys and Gopal (at dotGNU) for giving a better insight into what
: > supposed to do, and the latter for a bytecode hacking program.
: > Cheers,
: > Gaurav Vaish
: > http://mastergaurav.virtualave.net
: > http://calendar.yahoo.com/mastergaurav
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