Liste des machines virtuelles Java

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Cet article fournit une liste non exhaustive de machines virtuelles java Java SE (JVMs). Elle n'inclut pas un grand nombre de machines virtuelles Java ME.

Un important travail de développement prend place sur Windows, Solaris et Linux, principalement avec la JVM de Sun.

La première référence à une JVM a été HotSpot, produit par Oracle Corporation.


JVMS propriétaires[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Azul VM Une JVM segmenté basé sur une architecture de circuit optimisé pour faire fonctionner le langage Java pur.
  • CEE-J est une implémentation de la machine virtuelle de Sun dont les domaines sont bien séparés, Skelmir n'est pas une licence de Sun.
  • Excelsior JET (avec compilateur AOT)
  • Hewlett-Packard, Java for HP-UX, OpenVMS, Tru64 and Reliant (Tandem) UNIX platforms
  • J9 (IBM), pour AIX, Linux, MVS, OS/400, Pocket PC, z/OS
  • Imsys AB fournit son SNAP (Simple Network Application Platform) JVM fonctionnant sur leur processeur propriétaire IM1000 et IM3000 qui permet l'exécution de microcode java bytecode.
  • Apogee provides embedded Java using IBM J9 and Apache Harmony bibliothèque de classes pour X86, ARM, MIPS, PowerPC fonctionnant sous Linux, LynxOS, WinCE.
  • JBed, (Esmertec) is an embedded Java with multimedia capabilities
  • JamaicaVM, (aicas) is a hard real-time Java VM for embedded systems
  • JBlend, (Aplix) is a Java ME implementation
  • JRockit (originally from Appeal Virtual Machines) acquired by Oracle for Linux, Windows and Solaris
  • Mac OS Runtime for Java (MRJ)
  • MicroEJ Wide range of virtual machines dedicated to embedded systems (including hard real-time constrained systems), ARM7, ARM9, AVR, AVR32, PPC, MIPS, ...
  • Microsoft Java Virtual Machine (discontinued in 2009)
  • OJVM (also known as "JServer") from Oracle Corporation
  • PERC (Aonix/Atego) is a real time Java for embedded
  • SAPJVM (SAP) is a licensed and modified SUN JVM ported to all supported platforms of SAP NetWeaver, started as Java 5, in the meantime Java 6 compatible (Windows i386, x64, IA-64; Linux x86, IA-64, PowerPC; AIX PowerPC; HP-UX SPARC IA-64; Solaris SPARC x86-64; i5/OS PowerPC)

JVMs dont la propriété est moins connue[modifier | modifier le code]

JVMs gratuites et open source[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Avian
  • AegisVM
  • Apache Harmony — supports several architectures and systems. Apache License 2.0.
  • Dalvik virtual machine utilisé dans Android
  • CACAO — uses GNU Classpath, supports multiple architectures. GPL. 0.99.4 released March 16, 2009.
  • EVM - Ethereum Virtual Machine
  • HotSpot, the primary reference Java VM implementation
  • IcedTea — has the only working free software Java Web browser plugin. GPL+linking exception.
  • IKVM.NET — Java for Mono and the Microsoft .NET Framework. Uses OpenJDK. Zlib License.
  • Jamiga — for the Amiga platform. Depends on GNU Classpath. GPL.
  • JamVM — Developed to be an extremely small virtual machine compared to others. Designed to use GNU Classpath. Supports several architectures. GPL.
  • Jaos — Java on Active Object System. Uses GNU Classpath as a standard library. Unmaintained.
  • Jato VM
  • JC — Converts class files from byte-code into C. Uses Soot and GNU Classpath. GNU Library or LGPL licenses.
  • Jelatine JVM
  • JESSICA (Java-Enabled Single-System-Image Computing Architecture)
  • Jikes RVM (Jikes Research Virtual Machine) — Research project. PPC and IA-32. Supports Apache Harmony and GNU Classpath libraries. Eclipse Public License.
  • JNode — operating system. Version 0.2.8 released on January 29, 2009. LGPL.
  • JOP — Hardware implementation of the JVM. GPL 3.
  • JuiceJavaME experimental JVM developed to run on the NUXI operating system.
  • Jupiter — Uses Boehm garbage collector and GNU Classpath. GPL. Unmaintained.
  • JX (operating system) — GPL. Version 0.1.1 released on October 10, 2007.
  • Kaffe — Uses GNU Classpath. GPL. 1.1.9 released on February 26, 2008.
  • leJOS — Robotics suite, a firmware replacement for Lego Mindstorms programmable bricks, provides a Java programming environment for the Lego Mindstorms RCX and NXT robots.
  • Maxine — meta-circular open source research VM from Oracle Labs
  • Mika VM — intended for use in embedded devices. Cross-platform. BSD-style licence.
  • Mysaifu (Windows CE/Windows Mobile) — the only open source Java SE-compatible JVM still in development for PocketPC devices. GPL 2.
  • NanoVM — developed to run on the Atmel AVR ATmega8 used in the Asuro Robot, can be ported to other AVR-based systems.
  • SableVM — First free software JVM to support JVDMI and JDWP (see Java Platform Debugger Architecture). Makes use of GNU Classpath. LGPL. Version 1.13 released on March 30, 2007.
  • Squawk virtual machine — A Java ME VM for embedded systems and small devices. Cross-Platform. GPL.
  • Superwaba — Java-like virtual machine for portable devices. GPL. Discontinued, succeeded by TotalCross.
  • TakaTuka — for wireless sensor network devices. GPL.
  • TinyVM
  • VMkit of Low Level Virtual Machine
  • VM02 a Java-compatible environment for the Apple II series of computers.
  • Wonka VM — Developed to run on Acunia's ARM-based hardware. Some code drawn from GNU Classpath. BSD-style licence. No longer under active development, superseded by Mika VM.
  • Xam
  • miniMV (from UABC-Tij for embedded systems and Wireless Sensor network devices)

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