[BC ABI] gcj-abi-2-dev-branch created

Tom Tromey tromey@redhat.com
Fri Apr 16 21:10:00 GMT 2004

>>>>> "Casey" == Casey Marshall <csm@gnu.org> writes:

Casey> I suppose at least you could fill in the CodeSource of a shared
Casey> library, and have access rules based on that, but what about signed
Casey> code? Is it possible to digitially sign shared libraries similar to
Casey> the way one can sign jar files?

In the "transparent gcj" model, you will still load bytecode from a
signed jar.  All that will change is that instead of interpreting or
JITting, libgcj will find the object code in a cache.  So all the
java-level signing stuff will work fine.  The CodeSource will still
point to the jar.


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