Running JNI application without JRE

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  1. adnan.iiui@gmail.com

    adnan.iiui@gmail.com

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    Hi...
    i have develope a program in native language (c) which calls java method; and this program is working fine.

    now i am here for the following resons.

    1. JVM.dll is a virtual machine which conver byte code to native code. how can i run my application without installing JRE. ...?
    2. i can clear my above requirement by saying that what is the minimum set of libraries(which) that can run jni based application written in c accessing java; and where too keep them.

    3. My requirement is i want to keep jvm.dll and other dependent files locally. and don't want to have JRE
     
    adnan.iiui@gmail.com, Apr 13, 2011
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