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- Date: Thu, 12 May 2011 08:31:31 -0400
- From: green at moxielogic.com (Anthony Green)
- Subject: GSoC2011Project--RTEMSPortOfGCJ
On 5/12/2011 8:01 AM, Jie Liu wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am a master student of computer science at Beijing University of Posts
> and Telecommunications in China.My GSoC2011 Project of RTEMS is ?RTEMS
> port of the GNU Java Compiler? and the original project proposal can
> be found on google docs.
Great project! I am one of those people who helped bring gcj to life
starting back in the 90s, and am the author of libffi, which is used by
libgcj. Gcj was originally intended for embedded software devs, so I'm
happy to see an RTEMS port in the works.
What processor architecture(s) will you be testing with?
> The purpose of this project is to make the GCJ (GNU Compiler for Java ,
> also called GJC: GNU Java Compiler) work with RTEMS. First of this
> project is porting GCJ run-time to RTEMS, then run the GCJ Test Suite
> for the porting, and last submit modifications to the related projects
> such as GCC, RTEMS and so on. After completed this project, we can use
> Java to program RTEMS applications.
> Thank you for your time.
> PS: If you do not have the access permission for the project
> proposal, please check it and ask for. I will give the permission to
> you as soon as possible.
> Best Regards,
> rtems-users mailing list
> rtems-users at rtems.org