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|Stable release||0.06 / January 11, 2004|
|Operating system||Bluebottle OS|
|Type||Java virtual machine and Bluebottle System|
Jaos (Java on Active Object System) is an unmaintained attempt to build an open-source Java virtual machine on top of the Bluebottle System, a kernel using active objects and Oberon programming language. The machine uses the runtime features provided by the Bluebottle System such as garbage collection, memory management and types and methods tables. It also uses GNU Classpath as a standard library.
- Jaos Official website found in the Web archive web.archive.org
- Case Study: JVM - Slides of Jaos relevant parts of a system software lecture given by the original author of Jaos (Patrik Reali) at ETH Zürich in winter 2004/5.
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