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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Thu, 29 Apr 2004
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libjit lang files touched by this commit Libjit implements Just-In-Time compilation functionality
head/lang/Makefile
Add libjit 0.0.0f,

The libjit library implements Just-In-Time compilation
functionality. Unlike other JIT's, this one is designed to be
independent of any particular virtual machine bytecode format
or language. The hope is that Free Software projects can get a
leg-up on proprietry VM vendors by using this library rather
than spending large amounts of time writing their own JIT from
scratch.

This JIT is also designed to be portable to multiple
archictures. If you run libjit on a machine for which a native
code generator is not yet available, then libjit will fall back
to interpreting the code. This way, you don't need to write
your own interpreter for your bytecode format if you don't want
to.

PR:             ports/66038
Submitted by:   michael johnson <ahze@ahze.net>

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