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From "Alexey Petrenko" <alexey.a.petre...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [build][jitrino] java on top of .net
Date Thu, 10 May 2007 10:11:40 GMT
nice ;)

2007/5/10, Alexei Zakharov <alexei.zakharov@gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> Currently we have an issue with DRLVM on 64-bit Windows. The problem
> is that our release builds (i.e. even *release* builds!) don't work if
> MS Visual Studio is not installed on the machine, DRLVM  rejects to
> load its JIT dll (jitrino.dll). HARMONY-3526 was filed about this a
> while ago.
> I've spent some time trying to understand what can be the reason of
> this. And I've finally found that 64bit release version of jitrino.dll
> depends on MSCOREE.DLL what doesn't  seem to be present on "clean"
> Windows Server 2003. Now, look at this DLL. MSCOREE stands for
> MicroSoft Component Object Runtime Execution Engine - it is one of the
> core DLLs of .NET framework and AFAIU responsible for running MSIL (MS
> bytecode AKA Microsoft Intermediate Language ) stuff.
> So... A question to our JIT experts. What kind of JIT do we have? Why
> does it need MS .NET framework runtime to compile Java bytecode to
> platform native code? :-) Please note: the name of this DLL is
> specified directly in JIT build scripts for Win64.
> Seriously speaking, this seem to be a real issue since now user has to
> download and install MS .NET framework (~40 mb for Win64) to be able
> to run Harmony builds. I believe there is some bug in builds scripts -
> linker args? - and I am going to fix it. But I'd also like to hear
> from people who are experienced in our JIT.
> BTW, everything is fine on Win32, no deps on MSCOREE.
> Thanks,
> --
> Alexei Zakharov,
> Intel ESSD

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