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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Just being helpful..

From: Fabrice Bellard
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Just being helpful..
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 22:49:32 +0200
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Jens Arm wrote:
I've noticed that you're looking at ARM and i386 support - noticed "libjit" which is being developed by the GNU portable .net people - it may be useful for use as a backend with tcc..


Or look at


it is also a code generator. (ppc/sparc/i386)

Interesting libjit would include in future a dynamic pascal
like tcc with -run.

Why not "mixing" these two things? - Then pascal and c can be used as
"native running scripting" languages.

Fabrice, what happend to tinycc development?
No, updates since many month :(

Is this pretty qemu consuming all the time?

Yes, I have been working hard on QEMU, but I still plan to make a new release of TinyCC to include the submitted patches (I also made a few fixes lately). Using something like libjit may be a good idea - I would just like something very small (and simple), but with jump optimization and linear scan register allocation. A code generator also usable for dynamic translation in QEMU would be nice !


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