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Native Compiler for Java


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MOLEXRULZ

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I am looking for a Native Java compiler for both Windows and Linux(both x86 and x64)

Anyone know good(hopefully free) ones

Or do you need to pay?

And if so what is worth paying for?
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bdlt

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java compilers are free

go to
http://www.sun.com/
click on Get Java Here
click on download Now
click on Manual download

select from Windows, Solaris, and Linux
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In my programming class right now, we use jGrasp. It's a free program/compiler, and it suposedly works on any system. here's the website. http://www.jgrasp.org
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brendandonhue

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Sounds like you're trying to compile it into a native executable instead of using a VM?
http://gcc.gnu.org/java/
http://www.excelsior.../jetdleval.html
http://www.cs.arizon...u/sumatra/toba/
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