Questions tagged [virtual-machine]

A virtual machine is an emulation layer between a program and the OS that presents to the application a specialized environment to run in, than the raw environment that the OS provides.

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Virtual Machines And Unit/Integration Testing Web Application

I am in the process of adding unit testing to a project I am working on at work and a suggestion came up that I should use VMs to populate the database with good data. This was suggested as an ...
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Architectural considerations for a new black box program

I see an emerging trend in "cloud" computing to move work load to a third-party server and get charged pennies for amount of work done in this way. This could be anything from file hosting to user ...
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Java IDE written in pure Java? [closed]

Is there a Java IDE written in Java? I just got my year 9 DET laptop today at school, and there are all sorts of restrictions set in place. Somewhat annoyingly, you cannot run any executable other ...
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How to deploy a heterogeneous server application to customers?

We have a bigger application server which customers would like to have deployed locally. It consists of an MySQL server database, a REDIS database, multiple Web servers for sub parts, a NGINX reverse ...
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Is there any license restriction to avoid binary translation of CIL to custom bytecode?

Prior to actual question, let me summarize what I'm trying to do. I plan to implement a small, JIT-enabled, register-based VM runtime. Instead of making a proper compiler (which is hard IMO) for a ...
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Should we embed virtual machines rather than languages

Ok, so I am trying to learn front-end programming. Trying to figure out how javascript is a pain, and various projects (GWT, Coffeescript, Capuccino's objective/j...) are trying to fix this with ...
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What is the best way to maintain software tool chains?

Short Question What is the best way to create, maintain, and distribute software development tool chains? Background I am trying to develop a workflow / process to create an isolated environment in ...
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Does it violate the license to use Windows XP Mode with Virtual Box?

I am working on a team developing a client-side application. We work in a Linux environment, but the server we work with can only be run from a Windows environment. As such, each developer is being ...
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Thoughts on Development using Virtual Machines [closed]

I'll be working as a development lead for a startup and I've suggested that we use VMs for development. I'm not talking about each developer having a desktop with VMs for testing/development, I mean ...
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Distributing my Application inside a Debian Virtual Machine Image— How to meet GPL obligations?

I have a Linux application I've developed, and I have created a standalone VMWare Image that people can download to try out the application without needing to install and configure a Linux Server. I ...
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How do you handle the need to have multiple development environments?

How do you deal with different project environments? Every project might require a different database (oracle, IBM db2, mysql & etc), a different server (tomcat, IBM WAS, weblogic & etc) or ...
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What do you think of an interpreter written in Java? [closed]

I am currently working on the implementation of a new programming language, for fun. I realize that most languages never become popular, but I still want the language to have a high-quality ...
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Reasons to Use a VM For Development [duplicate]

Background: I work at a start-up company, where one team uses Virtual Machines to connect to a remote server to do their development, and another team (the team I'm on) uses local IIS/SQL Server 2005/...

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