Redline Smalltalk is an implementation of the Smalltalk programming language for the Java Virtual Machine. You will be able to call Smalltalk from Java and Java from Smalltalk. The bytecode generation layer will be decoupled so another generator for another target could be “plugged” in if the JVM isn’t for you.
Bistro is a new programming language that integrates features of Smalltalk and Java. Bistro is a variation of Smalltalk that runs on top of any Java virtual machine (VM) that conforms to Sun’s Java specifications. Bistro offers Smalltalk developers a means by which to reuse the models they built with Smalltalk. Bistro provides mechanisms for translating Smalltalk model code into Java, so that models originally built with Smalltalk may be deployed on and execute in a Java environment.
SmalltalkJVM allows Smalltalk to run on any JVM. The compiler currently produces 100% Java class files fully compatible with the Sun JVM specification. This allows Smalltalk and Java code to interact seamlessly and allows Smalltalk programs to run anywhere Java runs.
SmallWorld is a public domain Little Smalltalk interpreter written entirely in Java. It is based on the Little Smalltalk system, which was the first Smalltalk interpreter written outside of Xerox Parc, back in 1984.