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Steven Davidson
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I have been hunting around and I can't find a real solid implementation of a JIT or native code compiler for windows. Any leads would be appreciated.
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When you download the JRE or JDK/SDK it comes with the appropriate JIT. By default the option to use the JIT is turned on when you execute using java.exe or javaw.exe. You have to specifically turn it off if you don't want to use it.
 
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I'm amazed if the JIT is already working. My programs still crawl.
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Why don't you take one to the performance forum and see if they can do some RTI on it for you.
 
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