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Re: JIT compiling

From: Oliver Heimlich
Subject: Re: JIT compiling
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2016 18:06:08 +0200
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On 12.08.2016 17:08, Sergei Steshenko wrote:
>> ________________________________
>> From: Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso <address@hidden>
>> To: Alex Vong <address@hidden> 
>> Cc: Ricardo Wurmus <address@hidden>; address@hidden; Leo Famulari 
>> <address@hidden>; address@hidden; Mike Miller <address@hidden>
>> Sent: Friday, August 12, 2016 2:45 PM
>> Subject: JIT compiling
>> On Thu, 2016-08-11 at 23:27 +0800, Alex Vong wrote:
>>> Finally, some unrelated stuff, I hope octave would have a byte code
>>> interpreter soon. I would suggest to write it in rpython, it seems
>>> to be the easiest way to have jit these days.
>> That is a faraway pipe dream. Can you help?
>> - Jordi G. H.
> Julia ( ) quite developed since it's been discussed 
> here. They claim to have close to "C" performance and JIT.

There is a good language introduction available as a talk from JuliaCon:

As far as I can see, Julia compiles the code if it can predict the types
of the variables. Otherwise, it is slow. This is explained in the first
part of the talk.


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