Saturday, August 23, 2008

RESP COMPILE

An HTTP method named "COMPILE" is planned to produce JVM Class files from JPL source files.

The COMPILE package is a light and open layer, sapping as few resources as possible for its purpose: any to any COMPILE transactions from HTTP.

Using no transformer, the compiler is a Pretty Printer. Left to its own devices, the compiler will write the Source to the Target using the first available DOM reader and writer pair.

It wants to be like a Mac, where everything just works. And it wants to be always flawlessly reliable, and then as fast as possible.

Firstly, we can write Java to Class files, and XML to Java, and back again. We can build programs, and websites about programs and programming.

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