Welcome to the LLJVM virtual environment!
LLJVM is a cool utility by David A Roberts, that transforms simple C programs into Java class files. For more info see https://github.com/davidar/lljvm
Here we capture a moment in time when it was possible to run LLJVM. It's still a useful thing to do, because the input is C and the output is a Java class file, both of which are more or less timeless. We just needed to fill the rusty gap in the middle.
This build consists of:
32-bit Ubuntu 14.04
and of course, LLJVM 0.2 (the binary build)
LLJVM is installed here:
/usr/local/lib/lljvm -> lljvm-bin-linux-i386-0.2/
It needs to be in your path and has been added to
To mount a local project directory inside the VM as
/project do this:
docker run -i -v /your/project/dir:/project -t mhaye/lljvm /bin/bash
To see an example of using LLJVM to transform a C program, do this:
cd /usr/local/src/testProg && lljvm-cc test.c -o test && ./test