I expect that I'll be busy the next couple of weeks working on integrating the OpenJDK libraries that were released yesterday, so I thought I'd release a new development snapshot to reflect the current state. There are quite a few bug fixes, most of them triggered by running test suites suggested by Albert Strasheim. Many thanks to him for running the test suites and passing the interesting ones on to me (including instructions on how to install/build/run them, which is usually the most time consuming and frustrating part.)
This snapshot also includes much improved support for applying .NET custom attributes as Java annotations. The next blog entry will describe the changes in detail.
Binaries available here: ikvmbin-0.35.2685.zip
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