Javolution

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Javolution
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Developer(s) Jean-Marie Dautelle
Stable release 6.1.0 / December 22, 2013 (2013-12-22)
Development status Active
Written in Java C++
Operating system Cross-platform
Size 480 KB (archived)
Type Real-Time Library
License BSD
Website http://javolution.org

Javolution is a real-time library aiming to make Java or Java-Like/C++ applications faster and more time predictable. Indeed, time-predictability can easily be ruined by the use of the standard library (lazy initialization, array resizing, etc.) which is not acceptable for safety-critical systems. The open source Javolution library addresses these concerns[1] for the Java platform and native applications. It provides numerous high-performance classes and utilities useful to non real-time applications as well. Such as:

Since version 6.0, Javolution makes it easy to port[14] any Java source code to C++ for Cross-platform native compilation. OSGi and JUnit have been ported and are included with the core C++ distribution.

All modules (Java and native) are built using maven. Javolution can be used[15] either as an OSGi bundle (preferred) or as a standalone library.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fully Time Deterministic Java
  2. ^ javolution.util
  3. ^ Collection Views
  4. ^ Realtime Annotation
  5. ^ Fractal Table
  6. ^ OSGi Contexts
  7. ^ Concurrent Contexts
  8. ^ Compute Contexts
  9. ^ Struct/Union
  10. ^ Perfometer Utility
  11. ^ XML Marshalling/unmarshalling Facility
  12. ^ StAX-Like Readers/Writers
  13. ^ Javolution Configuration Management
  14. ^ Javolution C++ Overview
  15. ^ Javolution Usage Overview

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