View Full Version : JamVM/Classpath progress (or the lack thereof)
08-20-2006, 08:53 PM
Google gives me the impression this problem came up for OS2005, and I'm curious to hear if anyone has a solution before I drop JamVM/(other classpath-reliant solutions) and try something else.
JamVM works fine, but Classpath's libgtkpeer.so fails to load. Other JNI libraries are fine.
This, of course, precludes using Swing/AWT.
I was planning on trying Waba (not quite Java, but more likely to work) and Kaffe next.
08-22-2006, 10:30 AM
Any log messages have hints? It might tell you what symbol is missing.
If you get a chance to post the jamvm binary/package you built, that would be much appreciated. I take it you can run cmd line Java apps OK?
08-22-2006, 04:51 PM
Unfortunately I left my 770 in a different pair of pants: JamVM complains that it cannot find libgtkpeer.so --- but it finds all the other JNI libraries just fine, which leads me to believe it's something more sinister.
I'm going to work on Kaffe's peerless AWT later on: I'm in the last week of my internship and moving some 3,000 miles on Saturday, so I'm a wee bit distracted ;)
Expect this deb to do horrible damage to your system. Anything less and I will be pleasantly surprised.
It contains a naive cross-compile of JamVM 1.4.3 and a compile of Classpath 0.9.1 using Jikes. Note that it is currently 8MB in size.
You will need to add /usr/local/bin to your path.
I am using the modified kernel with 2GB+ MMC support --- otherwise a rather normal system.
Installation tested ONLY with 'dpkg -i' and I have no idea if Application Installer works. I tend to avoid it.
JamVM and Classpath:
Hello world app (runs!):
I intend to have a full (if slow) J2SE or J2ME interpreter of some sort working as soon as possible. Feedback appreciated, but bear in mind I know all sorts of things don't work.
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