[pypy-dev] Flow graphs, backends and JIT
benjamin at python.org
Tue Sep 18 16:07:51 CEST 2012
2012/9/18 haael <haael at interia.pl>:
>> Most of the JIT code is not C-backend specific. Backends are along the
>> line of x86, arm, PPC. If you want to create a say LLVM backend, you
>> would reuse most of the JIT code.
> So I don't understand anything again. Where exactly JIT is coded? What is
> the difference between the build process of a JIT and non-JIT binary? It's
> not in the flow graphs. It is in the backend. How can C backend and, say,
> CLI backend share code?
Maciej is referring to JIT backends, not the translator backend.
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