[Mono-list] Announce: A .NET assembly -> native code generati
on tool (ala ngen for MONO)
Mon, 29 Jul 2002 12:05:28 -0400
Very interesting. One of the things that's always hurt Java
(especially GUIs) is that all the work to JIT programs is never
saved, everytime you start a program, it and all the runtime libraries
it uses are reJIT'd everytime. Apple has supposedly done something in
this area but I was never able to find any real details.
One would think that if the VM runtime was smart about saving
JIT work then it would have more time to do a better job optimizing
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Miguel de Icaza [mailto:email@example.com]
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> Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Announce: A .NET assembly -> native code
> generation tool (ala ngen for MONO)
> Hello Zoltan,
> > The first version of my ngen clone for MONO is available at:
> > http://www.nexus.hu/vargaz2
> This announcement is of course really exciting. I have only taken a
> very superficial look so far at the code generator, but the
> approach is
> a very interesting idea. I will let Dietmar and Paolo comment further
> on it.
> What I wanted to look into was to use the JIT to generate code that
> would end up in a library, basically reusing the JIT, but
> turning on all
> the optimizations for this.
> btw, why are exception methods not supported?
> You forgot to include a couple of files, which are links in your
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