[squeak-dev] Re: Avoiding compiler inlining
siguctua at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 20:57:35 UTC 2009
2009/1/13 nicolas cellier <ncellier at ifrance.com>:
> Igor Stasenko a écrit :
>>> Common! You don't like the system? Change It!
>>> This is just 1 method attached.
>> Heh.. you seem stumbled upon same things as i was :)
>> well, if you writing own code so you have a total control whether you
>> want inlining or not, you can simply write:
>> [ ... ] perform: #whileTrue
>> (x=y) perform: #ifTrue: with: [ ... ]
>> but if you don't want inlining at all in a system (like me) - the only
>> way is to change the compiler.
> Basically, if you want both to coexist, just create a subclass of
> MessageNode to redefine noteSpecialSelector:, then subclass all the chain
> Compiler/Parser to use that MessageNode... And change compilerClass where
> you desire.
> If you just want to change the whole system, just change
> noteSpecialSelector:. Of course, you will have to find other ways to
> decently optimize the execution...
I made it easier: i wrote own parser :)
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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