Stefan Matthias Aust
sma at kiel.netsurf.de
Tue Jan 5 23:02:10 UTC 1999
>> Now, how do I invent a new bytecode for a directed resend instruction?
>I think first is a version of perform: that allows one to specify the
So you're suggesting to start with implementing a new primitive instead of
a byte code instruction, aren't you? That's a good idea, because it
doesn't affect the Parser/Decompiler/Debugger/whatever. I could use
to test my ideas -- and IT WORKS! It's actually very simple. All I needed
to do was to clone and slightly modify the #perform:withArgument:
primitive. I've prepared a patch file, which will be available on my
Squeak Page at freeweb.digiweb.com/computers/sma tomorrow.
>Then get the compiler to generate code that invokes this better perform:.
That's of course the next step then. Yes.
>First ensure that the jitter can generate a linked
I think, I'll wait for the next version of Jitter before I'll have a look
at that class. All I want is to satisfy my curiosity :-)
Stefan Matthias Aust // Are you ready to discover the twilight zone?
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