Mini Java Compiler is a straightforward application that provides you with a straightforward compiler for the Mini Java language. All you have to do is run the JAR file and browse for the file you want the application to compile. The output is saved to the same location as the input file and it...
Jo2 (Java Operators Overloading) :: is Javac (Sun Java Compiler) extended by operators overloading. This open java project comes with a specification of operators overloading in Java. The resulting byte code obeys to the java standard specification.
Jo2 (Java Operators Overloading) :: is Javac (Sun Java Compiler) extended by operators overloading. This open java project comes with a specification of operators overloading in Java. The resulting byte code obeys to the java standard specification. Java compiler & operators overloading 1.0...
The Cooker is a GUI Java compiler built to run on any platform. It may evolve into a full set of useful Java utilities. The Cooker - A GUI Java Compiler 1.0 License - GNU General Public License (GPL)
YAJC (Yet Another Java Compiler) is a compiler for the Java programming language to Java bytecode. It started as a university project in 2009. YAJC: Yet Another Java Compiler 1.0 License - GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)
RunJava was developed as a small and accessible Notepad++ plugin that uses the Java compiler to compile Java files. RunJava also allows the user to run the files from Notepad++. Now, you can make use of this small plugin to quickly compile all your Java files.
It is basically an education Java compiler we are developing - just to gain an insight into the workings of a compiler. It is NOT meant for commercial use!! Its written in Java and uses ANTLR parser generator and the Byte Code Engineering Library extensiv
This is a build of gcj (Gnu Java Compiler) for Os X Intel.
jRate is a real-time Java compiler and runtime system (based on GNU GCJ) with support for much of the Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ), including threading constructs with real-time constraints, asynchronous event handling, and memory regions.