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From "Alexei Fedotov" <alexei.fedo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: property parsing functions
Date Mon, 04 Jun 2007 15:10:53 GMT
Hello, Peter,

I like this question. Being a modularity purist I would vote against
abstract vmcore in favor of a component manager or a porting layer
since properties might be needed before the whole core is loaded.

>From the other side currently both the component manager and the
porting layer are statically linked to the core, so it is just a
question of source file placement.

I also want to attract your attention to the fact that vmcore already
has a fair property support (vm/vmcore/src/init/properties.cpp).


On 6/4/07, Peter Novodvorsky <peter.novodvorsky@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm working on support of -Xss (stacksize) parameter for harmony jvm.
> I found that GC guys implemented a number of very useful property
> parsing functions in gc_common.cpp. I'd like to use them, but they are
> static and inside GC library, I don't want to make copy of them in
> jthread files. I was thinking about moving them somewhere to vmcore.
> Can you suggest me a good place for them? One more question to GC
> guys: won't it cause huge performance degradation if these functions
> will be moved out of GC and all calls to them would become
> cross-library calls?
> Thanks,
> Peter.

With best regards,
ESSD, Intel

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