Well if you don't have any clear usage of it in the interpreter, then the optimization inlining step will consider it not-callable and remove it from the list of methods to generate C code for. Fortunately there is another method (the name escapes me) where you can add methods that aren't explicitly called, yet must exist.
On 15-Sep-05, at 6:23 AM, David Shaffer wrote:
I've added a *new* method to Interpreter but VMMaker seems to ignore it. How do I coax it into generating the C code for my method? BTW, I've verified that I'm doing things otherwise correctly by changing an existing method and noting that the chages are reflected in the generated C source.
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