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From: Mattias Waldau <mattias.waldau@a...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Timing Ocaml
SICStus Prolog had the same problem as O'Caml with VC++. They solved it
by first 
running VC++ and generating ASM-code.

Then they have a small Perl-script that rearranges the code, and at 
last they compile the assembler code using MASM.

This improved the performance with 20-30% and in some cases 100% 
(for very simple byte code instructions where the switch overhead 
is relatively larger, for example the fameous naïve reverse.)

/mattias

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