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hopcode



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revolution wrote:
Small steps

but good ones. And... if you reach the top,...please dont forget your friends.... (kidding).
My congratulations.
Very Happy
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Post 19 Mar 2010, 21:23
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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MazeGen wrote:
Jazelle v1 Architecture Reference Manual

This is a placeholder for a restricted document that is not available from this site. Please contact ARM for more information.
Yeah, I know. They don't consider that part of the v7 IP. But, I think this is also not interesting anyway. The hardware Java assistance spec is incredibly secretive and I suspect that is because they haven't got anything working yet.

But actually, executing Java natively (i.e. not in a VM) sounds kinda scary to me. I don't think Java has ever been tested on a native system. It usually expects there to be a VM around to catch all the naughty stuff that might happen.
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Ron_Mac



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good luck,I'll be looking for the changes
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