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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <g...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: [drlvm][jit] Moving jet to the top level of drlvm...
Date Mon, 06 Nov 2006 10:22:47 GMT

Alex Astapchuk wrote:
> Pavel Pervov wrote:
>> Hello, community,
>> Working through DRLVM sources I (once again) looked at organization of
>> jitrino code.
>> Actually, there are two JITs hidden inside "jitrino": JET and OPT.
>> As far as I may observe - these two are code-independent from each other.
>> JIT-guys, could you comment?
>> If I'm right here I would vote for moving them to top level of
>> drlvm/trunk/vm directory to clearly indicate we have two JITs in DRLVM.
> There are no two JITs, actually. We call them 'compilation paths'.
> 'jet' here stands for 'Jitrino Express compilation paTh'.
> As Mikhail already mentioned they share significant parts like
> logging, PMF, multi-threaded stuff, guard locks, etc.
> The difference in codebases, came from their targets - the .jet was 
> heavily tuned for very fast compilation, resulting to that many virtual
> interfaces used in .opt were substituted with direct calls to VM.
> Personally, I don't see any *practical* reason to separate .jet and .opt.

The practical reason is to start convincing ourselves of the modularity.



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