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"Brashear, Phil" <[log in to unmask]>
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Brashear, Phil
Mon, 28 Aug 2000 07:24:34 -0400
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The SIGAda PIWG links are no good in part because PIWG was "unchartered"
several years ago, due to lack of interest.  I was the last PIWG chair.

I still have the last version of the ACES, along with experience in using it
(though that experience is rusty).  Some of you may remember that I led the
last set of changes in the ACES, while working for another company.

Philip W. Brashear
EDS Conformance Testing Center
4646 Needmore Road, Bin 46
P.O. Box 24593
Dayton, OH  45424-0593
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-----Original Message-----
From: Kester, Rush W. [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, August 25, 2000 5:13 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: aJile's Java chip (was Re: Senior Capstone Questions)

For an overview, see
Note that the SIGAda PIWG (Performance Issues Working Group)
links aren't much good as they point to the old Ada IC's
Falls Church address.
The Ada Compiler Evaluation Suite should be helpful, see

Rush Kester
Software Systems Engineer
AdaSoft at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab.
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phone: (240) 228-3030 (live M-F 9:30am-4:30pm, voicemail anytime)
fax:   (240) 228-6779

> -----Original Message-----
> From: [log in to unmask]
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Friday, August 25, 2000 4:03 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: aJile's Java chip (was Re: Senior Capstone Questions)
> Robert,
> I've attached some information from an aJile contact.  He also
> mentioned that Dave Hardin, their chief technical officer, will
> be at SigAda.
> --
> David
> --- begin e-mail excerpt ---
> > Has anyone run the J code output from an Ada compiler on this
> Yes.  So far I have only run a very simple app (e.g. hello,
> world) using
> JGNAT as the Ada compiler, which produces .class files as its output.
> The .class files then are processed by our static linker and formatted
> into a native JEM executable.
> > or a similar chip?
> There are only weak imitations of the JEM ;-)  Seriously, the JEM chip
> has several technical competitive advantages as well as the low power
> consumption advantages.
> > If so, how does it compare with a standard Ada executable on a
> > Pentium or a Sparc?
> I have not run any significant apps with JGNAT as of yet.  However,
> ACT is interested in having someone at aJile who is using JGNAT,
> so now might be a good time for me to put together some benchmark
> information.
> If you would like to point me to some "standard" Ada benchmarks,
> I would be willing to run them on our aJ-PC104 evaluation board and
> produce some timing information.
> I would be willing to carry on email correspondence with you and/or
> Robert Leif, but at the moment I don't have the time to get
> entangled in a Team-Ada discussion ... if I'm going to spend time
> on this, I would like to come up with some results that would be
> useful to aJile, ACT, the Ada community, and the Java community.