dautelle writes "The latest Javolution release makes it easy for Java developers to translate their Java code to C++ or to write Java-Like C++ code without knowledge of the C++ intricacies. It opens the door for Java developers to provide native versions of their Java applications or libraries without any licensing restriction (e.g. embedded, real-time) and on platforms for which there is no Java runtime (e.g. iPhone). The first portage includes OSGi and JUnit. When the first OSGi bundle for iPhone?" Link to Original Source
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