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Creating own runtime environment [message #1042471] Tue, 16 April 2013 13:26
Peter Johnsen is currently offline Peter JohnsenFriend
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Hi,

This is probably not the correct place to post this question. If you have any other suggestions where I should post this, they are welcome.

What I wonder about is if there are some libraries/tools/framework available for creating a runtime environment/virtual machine (mostly from scratch)? That is, a common framework where different structures like a stack and heap, etc are already implemented. It should be possible to define and realise a new instruction set. (Preferably in Java.)


Any tips? Smile
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