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to see someone pick up and run with. If you're interested in any of
these, be sure to send a note with your questions, ideas or intentions
to the <a
mailing list. Similarly, if you would like to see a project listed
here that isn't, send a patch for this HTML file to the <a
@@ -27,18 +27,6 @@
-<h2>Plugin for Mozilla</h2>
-<a href="http://www.mozilla.org/">Mozilla</a> is open-source web browser,
-designed for standards compliance, performance and portability. The
-Open JVM Integration project (OJI) is a Mozilla sub-project, and is
-working to extend the browser to allow Java virtual machines to be
-plugged into Mozilla. A gij based plugin would be very nice indeed
@@ -49,8 +37,7 @@
<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Bryce McKinlay</a> has put
-together a list of some benchmarks that run on GCJ. IBM has also
-recently released a set of "micro benchmarks" called jMocha.
+together a list of some benchmarks that run on GCJ.
Building some infrastructure around these would be incredibly useful.
@@ -97,11 +84,6 @@
- <li>We'd like gcj to do tree-level inlining like the C++
- compiler. We're most of the way there (when compiling
- from Java source code), since gcj already represents
- entire functions as trees.</li>
<li>Once we have tree-level inlining, we can use it to
sometimes eliminate unnecessary synchronizations.
Combined with a simple "no escape" flag, this could also