Pity that this project is no longer maintained for Fedora.

I believe that, perhaps, it is some Linux distribution that support it.
I did some tests, for example with
rpm -ivh java-compiler/java-1.4.2-gcj-compat-
but I could not finish the installation because the dependencies:

This is a problem that involves strategic choices about Java language (perhaps Oracle could examine the possibility of managing the Java language with an┬ácompiler type gcc used for the C language ­čśŐ).

Perhaps someone is more informed of me on this subject ?

Thank you

On Sun, Jan 6, 2019 at 11:31 PM Roberto Ragusa <mail@robertoragusa.it> wrote:
On 1/6/19 5:24 PM, Angelo Moreschini wrote:

> I am looking for a a real compiler in Linux environment for the Java language, a compiler that produce directly executable files (as gcc is for the C language)...
Unfortunately there is probably nothing like gcj anymore.
I remember using objdump to look at the assembly instructions produced
by the Java code in the past, gcj was a very fascinating technology.

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