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Re: [vox-tech] Compiling C into Java bytecode?
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Re: [vox-tech] Compiling C into Java bytecode?



I think I've heard of such program.  Sorry but I can't remember what it's
called or where I heard it.  I vaguely seem to recall hearing about it
from Brian Lavender but that's probably just in my imagination.  Have you
asked it on Saclug list?  Couldn't hurt.

-Mark


On Sun, 29 Jun 2003, Rod Roark wrote:

> On Sunday 29 June 2003 02:32 am, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> > Okay, just out of curiosity.  Say one wanted to create a 'Java application'
> > (e.g., something that runs in a web browser, cell phone or PDA JVM),
> > but they wanted to write the application using the C /language/.
> >
> > This is possible, is it not?  If so, are there some tools for this
> > under Linux?  (I see "gjc", the Java compiler from GNU, as well as
> > "gij", the Java bytecode interpreter from GNU; but nothing for
> > taking code in other programming languages and turning them into Java
> > bytecode)
>
> I don't know of any way to do that, nor why anyone would
> want to.  Java syntax already resembles C quite a bit.
>
> Tell them to write it in C, run it through a Java compiler,
> and fix the parts that don't work.  :-)
>
> Best,
> --
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