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Re: RTL/tree (from gcc) and Scheme
Saturday, August 9, 2003, 10:02:52 PM, you wrote:
PB> There is a Scheme front-end to GCC. It's called Kawa:
PB> It uses Java bytecodes as an intermediate (and executable) format.
PB> (Kawa even includes the beginnings of a Common Lisp front-end.)
The very same approach has Bigloo:
but Bigloo has problem with compilation in run-time, i.e. it has
preliminary compilation before run and no ability to compile function
in a run-time up to native code.
Has kawa the same problem?
>> Q2.2. Is RTL/Tree suitable for run-time usage?
any hopes for a future?
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