Charles Nutter, First taste of InvokeDynamic:
I would like to leave my memos related to my "kung-fu" for some technology insights. Kung-fu doesn't only mean a battle style, but means hacking one's own life.
Friday, September 12, 2008
The Best Introduction to InvokeDynamic (JSR 292)
Charles Nutter, the JRuby development lead, posted an extensive introductory article on the road towards JSR 292 Supporting Dynamically Typed Languages on the Java Platform (a.k.a. invokedynamic). According to his experience with prototyping of JRoby using InvokeDynamic, he has explained how we can leverage the coming feature of JVM. He also mentions things that are not covered in the current draft of the specification (EDR), such as AnonymousClassLoader, which are critical to support dynamic languages on top of the Java platform.
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