A Java version of LLVM Core for LLVM IR Analysis: JLLVM

Hi all,

I’m Hao Liu, a 3rd year graduate student of Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China.

We’ve build a project named JLLVM, and it’s a java version of LLVM Core for Java developers.

Our motivation is simple: The LLVM project is a great job. But it is for C++ developers. It’s difficult for Java developers to analysis LLVM IR(intermediate representation). So we build a project use Java to implement a LLVM Core so thant we can analysis LLVM IR with Java and we name this project JLLVM. The JLLVM project works well and we already implement two tools on it.

The core technique is ANTLR. We use ANTLR to recognize LLVM IR and generate parser. And the Java class is organized as the official LLVM core of C++ version. We only implement several necessary feature of LLVM and we will keep on this work if some else like our project.

The JLLVM project is open source. To see more details or download source code, please follow the link of our project’s main page: http://tcloud.sjtu.edu.cn/wiki/index.php/User:Liuhaots:JLLVM

And if you have any question, please contact me.
Thanks!

Hi Liu,

  Take a look on [1], maybe you can put your project link
on that page. :wink:

Regards,
chenwj

[1] http://llvm.org/ProjectsWithLLVM/

Hi Wei-Ren,

     It's very kind of you to tell me this. I'll follow that link.

     Thanks,