Is it possible port personaljava to non-RTOS?
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Posted By:   darren_chen
Posted On:   Saturday, August 3, 2002 03:27 AM

Question:


My PC has redhat 6.2 installed.
I try to install a JVM that includes classpath, compiler, vm, and .. etc. But I find that either Kaffe or JDk requires too much harddisk space.


What is the most lightweight JVM supporting AWT and Swing?
What part of a JVM (classpath, compiler, vm) requires the space most to install?


Is it possible to port personaljava to redhat 6.X or 7.X?


Is there other possible solution?

Re: Is it possible port personaljava to non-RTOS?

Posted By:   Wei_Zhuo  
Posted On:   Monday, August 12, 2002 03:42 AM

IBM has a personaljava profile for it Web Sphere Device Developer, it contains their J9 VM, it has binaries for x86 linux. The runtimes are really small, by adding AWT (no swing) it can be big, but still smaller than J2SE from sun. For AWT it will need Motif or Qt/Emebedded binaries which they do not supply.




Download evaluation of WSSD from IBM, it contains lots of documentations to get your started, WSSD has 2 versions, 1 for windows and 1 for linux.




link:




http://www.embedded.oti.com/wdd/



Re: Is it possible port personaljava to non-RTOS?

Posted By:   Wei_Zhuo  
Posted On:   Monday, August 12, 2002 03:42 AM

IBM has a personaljava profile for it Web Sphere Device Developer, it contains their J9 VM, it has binaries for x86 linux. The runtimes are really small, by adding AWT (no swing) it can be big, but still smaller than J2SE from sun. For AWT it will need Motif or Qt/Emebedded binaries which they do not supply.




Download evaluation of WSSD from IBM, it contains lots of documentations to get your started, WSSD has 2 versions, 1 for windows and 1 for linux.




link:




http://www.embedded.oti.com/wdd/



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