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From "Nathan Beyer" <nbe...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [general] Dynamic class loading
Date Sat, 07 Oct 2006 19:46:01 GMT
I wasn't literally suggesting using JSPs, but rather the concept
behind the technology -- dynamically loading a script with embedded
Java, generating a complete Java source, compiling it and then loading
the bytecodes. You can probably take the JSP engine from Tomcat and
hack it into a more generalized launcher.


On 10/7/06, Nikolay Chugunov <nikolay.chugunov@googlemail.com> wrote:
> >Nathan Beyer wrote:
> >Stefano is correct, this doesn't require anything special in the VM.
> >In fact, the basics of this already exist -- JavaServer Pages.
> >Is compiling code a big problem?
> Nathan,
> JSP can't be used: because web server should be run, JSP has different
> syntax and semantics, JSP has different versions, need to use java
> compiler.
> I want to develop this tool for sake of simplicity: the fewer steps to
> execute source code, the more simplicity. Besides, dynamic compilation will
> help beginners to faster learn Java: they may not learn javac tool.
> Nikolay Chugunov
> Intel Middleware Products Division

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