JIT in my JVM

Posted on 1997-05-31
Last Modified: 2010-04-16
Where can I find a JIT i can inject into my JVM? I'm running Windows NT 4.0.
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Are you looking f[r Freeware or comertial?

Which version of JDK?

Wit or without an IDE?


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jpk041897 earned 50 total points
ID: 1221103
Take a look at:

for JDK 1.1.1or you can download version 0.84 for JDK 1.02  from:

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