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GNU Compiler for Java
also called Compiled Native Interface and has one more synonym

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  1. a free-software compiler for the Java programming language, forms part of the GNU Compiler Collection

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  2. can compile Java source code to either Java Virtual Machine bytecode, or directly to machine code for any of a number of CPU architectures

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  3. The CNI (Compiled Native Interface, previously Cygnus Native Interface), a software framework for the gcj, allows Java code to call and be called by native applications (programs specific to a hardware and operating-system platform) and libraries wri

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  4. can also compile class files containing bytecode or entire JARs containing such files into machine code

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  5. Almost all of the runtime-libraries used by gcj come from the GNU Classpath project (but compare the libgcj library)

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