Subject: Re: JNI interface
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Thomas Bieg <email@example.com>
Date: 07/29/2004 23:19:07
have you considered that sun-jdk runs under Linux emulation?
I would expect that you need to compile your native functions
into a Linux binary to get this working.
If this is not an option you could try to use a native JDK.
pkgsrc-wip has packages for native versions of Sun's JDKs, see
http://pkgsrc-wip.sourceforge.net/ (never tried them, though).
David Price wrote:
> I would like to use JNI to call functions in a C library from java,
> when I try to do a get and set call such as:
> field = (*env)->GetStaticFieldID(env,jvc,"float","F");
> java segfaults , with sigsegv 11. Im doing the simple example case from
> java.sun.com and it is also occuring in a java program called jemboss which I
> am working on converting into a package to work under netbsd.
> My system setup is netbsd 1.6.1, sun-jdk/jre13-1.0.12, and my install of java
> is mounted over NFS, with the -X option enabled in fstab.
> Any feedback on whether JNI /does/doesnt/can be made to/ work would be greatly