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From Jacob Kjome <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: FYI: JVM Daemon
Date Wed, 03 Dec 2003 13:51:36 GMT

You mean something like Anshell?
http://www.antshell.org/

Jake

At 11:05 AM 12/3/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>http://www.cafeaulait.org/#news2003December2
>Mark Lindner has posted the Jolt JVM Daemon 0.3 [1], a wrapper program for
>Linux and Solaris that enables multiple invocations of java, javac, javadoc,
>and jar to reuse the same virtual machine for faster startup. Given the
>problems caused already by classpath and clasl loader issues, and the number
>of times I've had to specify fork="true" in my ant build files to make
>everything work, I'm not sure this is such a good idea.
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>[1] http://www2.dystance.net:8080/software/jolt/
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>http://www2.dystance.net:8080/software/jolt/
>Overview
>jolt is a Java Virtual Machine Daemon. This program provides a way to invoke
>the JDK tools javac, javadoc, and jar from the command line while reusing
>the same JVM instance across invocations. It is intended primarily for use
>as a helper tool to make compilation of Java code with make as fast as (and
>perhaps faster than) with Jakarta Ant.
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>Documentation
>Documentation is included in the distribution in the form of a manpage. Here
>is a link to the documentation in PDF [1] and PS [2] form.
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>Download
>Download [3] Jolt now! (Approximately 100K) Source code and full
>documentation is included.
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>[1] http://www2.dystance.net:8080/software/jolt/jolt.pdf
>[2] http://www2.dystance.net:8080/software/jolt/jolt.ps
>[3] http://www2.dystance.net:8080/software/jolt/jolt-0.4.tar.gz
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>Jan


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