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Per Bothner: > Secondly, as many of you may know, my "day job" is implementing Java using > the Gcc cmpiler technology. See http://sourceware.cygnus/com/java/. Last > week, I took the zip file of kawa (kawa-1.6.57-compiled.zip), containing > classes compiled from both Java and Scheme, compiled it with gcj (Gnu > Compiler for Java), and linked it with (not-yet-released) run-time libjava. So if I understand this correctly the kawa interpreter itself is running native code, but the scheme code is translated into java bytecode and executed in the java run-time vm? I thought you didn't have dynamic loading working yet in the Gcj run-time? What would be really interesting would be getting the generated java bytecode pushed through gcj as well, so that the scheme code itself was executed as native code. greg