JamVM 2.0

Uses signals to reduce suspend latency and improve performance.
2.0 (See all)

JamVM is an open-source Java Virtual Machine that aims to support the latest version of the JVM specification, while at the same time being compact and easy to understand. JamVM must be used in conjunction with a Java class-library to make a full Java Runtime Environment. Compatible class-libraries are GNU Classpath or the class-library from OpenJDK.

JamVM has been written for a Unix/Posix-compliant system. Unfortunately, incompatibilities between Unixes still exist, and JamVM needs to use several non-portable calls (mostly threading related). In addition, some architecture specific definitions are required (memory barriers, etc.). Finally, the native calling convention (or ABI) is both platform and architecture dependent.

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