Sunday, 15 April 2012
Writing an x86 JIT compiler
The F#.NET Journal just published an article about metaprogramming:
"F# comes from the MetaLanguage or ML family of languages that were specifically designed for metaprogramming, a subject that includes writing interpreters, compilers and theorem provers as well as tools that manipulate programs such as refactoring plugins for Visual Studio. This article goes back to F#'s roots to create a tiny JIT compiler capable of transforming high-level expression-based functions down to raw x86 machine code for run-time execution. Remarkably, the resulting compiler is just 170 lines of F# code..."
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