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Re: [MelbJVM] JVM experiences on ARM

From: Toby C.
Sent on: Friday, February 14, 2014 1:19 PM
Quote the opposite.. I think Jazelle was something of a failed initiative by ARM, and it was effectively dropped by the time the ARM v7 in the Raspberry pi came along.

On 14 February[masked]:17, Kon Soulianidis <[address removed]> wrote:
Interesting, so does your run of the mill rasberry pi these days come with an ARM processor with j in its name?

Kon Soulianidis
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On Friday, 14 February 2014 at 12:17 pm, Gordon Oliver wrote:

Hi Tony, i’ve been looking at this and this link to java hardware acceleration might be of interest.

I’m not sure how fast Jazelle hardware is, but worth a look.  Unfortunately I think its a licensing adventure.

It seems if you see an Arm core with a “j” in the name, like arm 926ej-s, its supped to have Jazelle support.

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