The problems with StringBuilders...
Tue Oct 4 14:09:00 GMT 2005
On 10/4/05, Andrew Haley <email@example.com> wrote:
> Radu Racaru writes:
> > Escape analysis is an old item on the gcj todo list, fortunately
> > I've seen it working in Excelsior JET to say that it really does
> > what it should do regarding the performance.
> Ah, that's interesting. What do they do with inheritance? Perhaps
> methods have to be final to be analyzed, or they do whole-program
they have a paper here http://www.excelsior-usa.com/pdf/StackAlloc.pdf
and more here
> > Sun has implemented the escape analysis logic in their new 1.6
> > version, the first fruit to come is simple lock coarsening
> > (backported to 1.5_05) followed by uncontended synchronization and
> > stack allocation. I really like to see this technique build on gcj
> > (gcjx)
> Sure. We know how to do most of this stuff, but...
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