[Mono-list] Re: The Mauve unicode testcase and VM performance

Ben Maurer 05mauben@hawken.edu
Thu, 15 Apr 2004 08:04:04 -0400

No, he is not.

YOu can run

mono -O=shared my.exe

or, if you would like to aot:
mono -O=shared --aot my.exe

However, as miguel stated earlier, the need for shared code is very
rare. What shared means here is that the same code can be used by
multiple appdomains (look that up if you are not familar with the .NET
appdomain system). The use of this functionality is pretty rare, the
only example I can think of is ASP.net.

-- Ben

>>> Anthony Green <green@redhat.com> 04/15/04 04:21 AM >>>
On Tue, 2004-04-13 at 15:08, Jonathan Pryor wrote:
> AOT (or pre-JITing) assemblies is not as useful as you'd think.  It
> two primary effects:
>   - Reduce memory requirements, as memory doesn't need to be allocated
>     for the JITed code
>   - Decrease startup time, as (again) the JITing doesn't need to be 
>     done.

Are you saying that mono doesn't have the ability to create shared


Anthony Green <green@redhat.com>
Red Hat, Inc.

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