# Monday, 31 March 2003
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I completed most of the Socket code and fixed a few bugs. Mauve results (with current Classpath CVS code): 172 of 7707 tests failed.

I updated to BlogX rev 20 and this means that the RSS will now contain xhtml:body (for the new entries). Chris says: "So, if you favorite aggregator isn't showing the full text of my blog, send them a mail and get them to support <xhtml:body>!"

I've updated the source and binaries snapshots
Monday, 31 March 2003 17:06:44 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [2] Tracked by:
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Tuesday, 01 April 2003 21:17:36 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
I've been looking at the code, but I'm still new to this environment. It does look like you are translating some java byte code to IL in the compiler.cs. I'm also having a hard time clearly understanding the full intent of all the code. Is it supposed to be a .NET based JVM, or an on-the-fly Java Byte Code => IL converter? Have you thought about sourceforge.net for hosting your project?
Kevin Ross
Tuesday, 01 April 2003 22:26:42 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
IKVM.NET is a JVM *and* a static bytecode to CIL compiler. When running as a JVM it just-in-time converts Java classes into .NET types.
The project is already in SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ikvm/
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