RTSJ compliance needed in other OSes
Posted Feb 15, 2007 20:35 UTC (Thu) by pr1268
Parent article: Tainting from user space
Surely the RTSJ specification would require whole-memory access for any operating system running the JVM, wouldn't it? Would someone please tell me this requirement isn't just for Linux, but also for MacOS, Microsoft Windows, Solaris, or BSD? (Assuming that the target computer would be running a JVM, of course.)
It seems that Java's absurdity would be moreeasily noticed once all computer OS vendors asked to implement RTSJ compliance also had to implement unfettered access to all physical memory. And besides, what do they need all that memory for?
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