I might be true that a lot of people want to develop Java applications under RISC OS (In reality, I think it will be quite few, since there are so few RO developers). In fact, they already can, with Jikes and guavac. Still, they will be in a minority compared to the number of people who just want to run it.
It's plausible that _some_ applications might have to be modified. Mostly those will be ones using native methods. But in most other cases that would imply a fault with the port of the JVM.
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