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Re: Fedora Core 3



Is it present in FC3 Test 1 ? if not, where can I see info about java and javac wrappers?

Ricardo

Thomas Fitzsimmons wrote:

...  The java command will be a wrapper script that runs gij.  When gij
is invoked on a class name, it first searches in /usr/lib for a
natively-compiled version of that class.  For example:

$ gij org.eclipse.jdt.internal.compiler.batch.Main

will cause gij to look for libraries in this order:

/usr/lib/lib-org-eclipse-jdt-internal-compiler-batch-Main.so
/usr/lib/lib-org-eclipse-jdt-internal-compiler-batch.so
/usr/lib/lib-org-eclipse-jdt-internal-compiler.so
...

until it finds a match for
org.eclipse.jdt.internal.compiler.batch.Main.  If it doesn't find a
match, then it begins searching through its class path for a bytecode
version of the class, just like a traditional JVM.

The plan is to create separate RPMs that provide these natively-compiled
libraries.  If those RPMs are installed, then gij will transparently
find and run the native libraries, rather than the (slower) bytecode
provided by the corresponding noarch RPMs.

Tom





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