[Mono-dev] Using libJIT in Mono Instead of LLVM
kumpera at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 18:13:08 EDT 2009
LLVM is been experimented as a AOT only compiler.
The exeuction time for LLVM is huge and not suitable for a JIT VM such as
So are you suggesting to use libjit in a similar fashion to LLVM or to
replace the regular
Without published numbers on JIT and compiled code speed (and how to
the experiment) it's hard to follow you on the "really beat all Mono
Does libjit support the whole spectrum of ECMA 335 for CLR types and
operations? Does it support
async exception handling? And precise stack marking? Multiple custom call
conventions? There are
just a few of the many walls we have reached on LLVM and have to work on.
There is some code on mono's svn to integrate llvm, you could take it and
plug libjit in. If it shows some
promissing results, we could really talk into integrating it.
On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 7:15 AM, Kirill Kononenko <kirill.kononenko at gmail.com
> Hello Everyone,
> I have already sent two emails in this mailing list. Most likely their
> will be not accepted here. So I want to ask your opinion, about a
> possible cooperation of using libJIT as another engine for Mono
> instead of LLVM. It has already been tested with the Portable.NET JIT,
> and has proven that it is a good concept. I am sure that libJIT can be
> extended very easily to really beat all Mono benchmarks, and feet
> other user needs. Also if an integration with gcc will be considered,
> even more people will benefit. I think with current economic situation
> it is to the best of everyone to share code, and cooperate. We could
> explore various options, for example how we could suit better needs of
> Mono users, and .NET users on open source/free software platforms. I
> am really sure that a cooperation could benefit everyone, and everyone
> wins at the end.
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