JavaTMNative Interface (JNI) is a standard programming interface for writing
Java native methods and embedding the JavaTM virtual machine* into native
applications. The primary goal is binary compatibility of native method libraries
The Java AWT Native Interface (JAWT) comprises a small set of native (eg C
language-based) APIs that provide a standard supported way for interaction
between Java API windows and surfaces, and platform native API windows and
I'm using JNI to run native code on my Java application. Currently the application
runs with Java 6, but I would like to start running it with Java 8 so I could use
more APIs. However, I'm having a problem in which one shared ...
For Mac users, I highly recommend to read this article: How do I switch between
Java 7 and Java 6 on OS X 10.8.2? https://superuser.com/questions/490425/how
For a specific library you have installed from a package, for instance the JNI .so
installed by the sun-java6-bin package you use dpkg to ... Which will indicate that
most of this package is installed under /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun-*.
In particular, this guide addresses possible problems between the applications
and the Java HotSpot virtual machine. ... The -Xcheck:jni option is useful in
diagnosing problems with applications that use the Java Native Interface (JNI).