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Subject [Harmony Wiki] Update of "Google Summer Of Code 2009 Projects Proposals" by XiaoFeng Li
Date Tue, 24 Mar 2009 00:58:08 GMT
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The following page has been changed by XiaoFeng Li:
http://wiki.apache.org/harmony/Google_Summer_Of_Code_2009_Projects_Proposals

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  || '''Possible Mentors''' || Mark Hindess (committer)||
  || '''Status''' || Unassigned ||
  
+ || '''Subject ID''' || ''harmony-JIT-1'' ||
+ || '''Title''' || ''' Modularize Harmony JIT by separating JET as a standalone JIT compiler
''' ||
+ || '''ASF Project''' || Apache Harmony http://harmony.apache.org ||
+ || '''Keywords''' || Harmony, JVM, JIT, modularity ||
+ || '''Description''' || So far the JIT component (called Jitrino) of Harmony has virtually
two JIT implementations: JET and OPT. Jitrino.JET is a fast but non-optimizing JIT, and Jitrino.OPT
is an optimizing JIT. The code base of JET and OPT shares lots of code hence they are mixed
in one module. This is undesirable for situations where people need only JET, for fast compilation,
for small footprint. This project proposes to create a standalone JET-based JIT module for
Harmony. It does not require to remove JET from Jitrino, but to create a new JIT module with
JET. This project is also a very good exercise to examine the JIT modularity design, the interface
between JIT and other components, the interaction between multiple co-existing JIT modules.
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+ || '''Possible Mentors''' || Xiao-Feng Li (committer)||
+ || '''Status''' || Unassigned ||
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