[armedbear-devel] Some thoughts on classloaders, ...

Matthew D. Swank akopa at charter.net
Tue Sep 22 05:30:55 UTC 2009

On Mon, 21 Sep 2009 21:48:57 -0700
don-sourceforge-xxz at isis.cs3-inc.com (Don Cohen) wrote:

> Alessio Stalla writes:
>  > Let's start by describing how abcl works now. Every piece of code
>  > in the JVM needs to be contained in a method of some class, so
>  > when abcl compiles a function it produces - surprise - a class, or
>  > better, a stream of bytes that the JVM knows how to interpret to
>  > create a class.
> This already seem counterintuitive to me.

If you are compiling code to the JVM where would the code go but in a
method?  If you are defining a method, where would you put it but
in a class.


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