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If Arduino IDE itself is built on Java can I run JVM on the Arduino? If yes how should I do it?

  • An Arduino is the wrong choice for this task. – Chris Stratton Apr 28 '16 at 7:18
  • Ah, why do you want to do this? – Nick Gammon Apr 28 '16 at 10:49
  • Which limited memory hardware I can use here? I want to use in robotics and want to run machine on java. – Shatayu Darbhe Apr 28 '16 at 11:18
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Search for "embedded java". Oracle supports it for ARM cores, which is what some of the arduino-like boards such as the Teensy 3.X have, but I doubt they have enough resources to support it.

There is haiku-vm (google it!) that's designed with AVR processors in mind, but I don't know how actively it is being worked on.

Googling "embedded java avr" yields a tremendous amount of results; did you even try that?

  • Thank you very much for suggestions. I've tried searching vms. They support limited java libraries though. I want to know some other options if any.Also I don't know what hardware resources are required to support jvm.I went through nano vm too.Your suggestions helped me. – Shatayu Darbhe Apr 28 '16 at 4:54

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