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From: Jon Harrop <jon@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: Caml-list Digest, Vol 45, Issue 63
On Saturday 21 March 2009 22:04:48 Andrey Riabushenko wrote:
> >You can generate code that is optimized for the current machine.
> >You can provide a performant top-level.
> >Forgetting about JIT would certainly be a mistake.
>
> Because I not going to JIT the ocaml source, I do not need neither LLVM
> libraries nor its ocaml bindings. I am going to produce LLVM assembler
> directly without introduction of new dependencies to the ocaml trunk (this
> is really important for ocaml). If I JIT the code then it will become a
> whole new project which we never be merged to the ocaml trunk.

How will you generate stack maps for OCaml's GC without touching LLVM?

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