Ovm is a framework for building programming language runtime systems. The current emphasis is to produce a Java virtual machine compliant with the real time specification for Java.
|Tags||Software Development Disassemblers Compilers Code Generators Interpreters|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release includes the Minuteman RTGC framework, which allows you to select from newly supported RTGC features: time-based scheduling (periodic, slack, and hybrid (a combination of both)), incremental stack scanning, replication or Brooks barrier, incremental object copy, arraylets, memory usage, and GC pause profiling and tracing. It also includes many bugfixes allowing it to run most of the Dacapo benchmarks, the pseudo-JBB benchmark, and the new version of the Collision detector benchmark.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release improves support for Java 5.0 and fixes various minor bugs.
Release Notes: This is a release of the XTC branch featuring various static analysis tools for Java. The XTC branch does not contain a JVM. This release adds support for Java 5.0 to XTC. The XTC code itself was rewritten to make use of the new features of Java 5.0. XTC now comes with a graphical installer.
Release Notes: This release features various minor bugfixes. Most of the changes are cosmetic changes to improve code quality.