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oSCJOpen Safety Critical Java (oSCJ) project implements a restricted subset of SCJ (JSR-302). The project is developed at S3 group at Purdue University. For more information, see the oSCJ webpage: http://www.ovmj.net/oscj/ Check-out oSCJYou can check-out oSCJ from our Mercurial repository: hg clone https://scj-jsr302.googlecode.com/hg/ scjCheck-out oSCJ's VMoSCJ library can be executed on top of two different Virtual Machines : FijiVM and Ovm. FijiVM - FijiVM is available under academic license,
jPapaBench is a Java version of the PapaBench benchmark, originally written in C. The benchmark is based on the Paparazzi project which provides a free implementation of an autopilot for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The autopilot has been successfully tested on several real devices. The main motivation for implementing a Java-based PapaBench version was to provide a realistic application benchmark that would allow comparison of different Java Virtual Machine implementations and different fla
TCKTechnology Compatibility Kits (TCKs) are a required component of any Java Specification Request (JSR). Our goal is to provide such a TCK for SCJ. For more information, see the oSCJ webpage: http://www.ovmj.net/oscj/ Check-out TCKYou can check-out oSCJ from our Mercurial repository: hg clone https://tck-oscj.googlecode.com/hg/ tck