Excelsior JET stops developing its AOT compiler after 18 years of work
Those who follow what is happening with the Java platform are probably in the topic that there is a very interesting AOT compiler for Java developed by a Russian company from Novosibirsk. This is one of those projects to be proud of.
More recently, everything was very good:
- Standard x86 version could be obtained free
- Developers were interviewed, from which it followed that the product does not stand still, developing: Severe Siberian JVM: large Excelsior JET interview
- At JPoint 2019 Nikita Lipsky ( pjBooms ) gave a very interesting report: JPoint 2019: from dawn to dusk
And in one day, it seems, it was all over. Today I learned that the other day customers received a letter of happiness with the title: "There will be no Excelsior JET 16".
, is it really true? So this is how the only working AOT compiler will disappear after 18 years of success in the market?
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