Is there any books or guides on how to target JVM bytecode?

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  • proguard-core

    Library to read, write, analyze, and process java bytecode

    Not a book or guide but a useful library for working with/generating JVM class files is ProGuardCORE. It's the underlying library used by ProGuard and I also recently used it to add a JVM backend to my implementation of Lox from the Crafting Interpreters book.

  • klox

    A Kotlin implementation of lox with a JVM backend built using ProGuardCORE

    Not a book or guide but a useful library for working with/generating JVM class files is ProGuardCORE. It's the underlying library used by ProGuard and I also recently used it to add a JVM backend to my implementation of Lox from the Crafting Interpreters book.

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