JVM Usenix paper got rejected

Kevin A. Burton burton@relativity.yi.org
Sun Dec 17 16:35:00 GMT 2000


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"Jonathan P . Olson" <olson@mmsi.com> writes:

> Appears that from the reviews that the people in charge of the Java community
> aren't really interested in ahead-of-time compilation of Java.  If the runtime
> doesn't directly use .class files they just aren't interested.
> 
> Seems that the open-source community is interested in source compatibility and
> clean integration with C++, whereas the Sun/Java community is totally obsessed
> with "Pure Java".  <snip>

I agree... The SUN official philosophy revolved around Java killing Microsoft.
This was illogical and stupid.  It is as if SUN thinks it can solve the
interpreted vs compiled argument (which has been going on in CompSci for a LONG
time) all by itself.  yeah... right!

Kevin
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