byte-code compiler

byte-code compiler

(programming, tool)
A compiler which outputs a program in some kind of byte-code.

Compare: byte-code interpreter.
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NaturalBridge LLC, a Menlo Park, California-based start-up founded three years ago by former employees of IBM Corp, Intel Corp and Sun Microsystems Inc, claims it is the first company to come out with a static byte-code compiler designed specifically for Java.
The Jam Byte-Code Compiler compiles existing Jam files, including programming data and programming algorithms, into binary Jam Byte-Code files, thereby enabling smaller file sizes and shorter programming times.
Jikes, developed by IBM Research, delivers superior Java byte-code compiler performance while strictly adhering to the Java language standards, ensuring that applications will run consistently across different computer systems.
The Jam Byte-Code Compiler compiles existing Jam files into binary Jam Byte-Code files that are fully compliant with the Jam language specification.