[pypy-svn] r61113 - pypy/extradoc/talk/ecoop2009/tutorial

cfbolz at codespeak.net cfbolz at codespeak.net
Mon Jan 19 14:35:20 CET 2009


Author: cfbolz
Date: Mon Jan 19 14:35:20 2009
New Revision: 61113

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   pypy/extradoc/talk/ecoop2009/tutorial/proposal.bib
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+ at inproceedings{RiBo07_223,
+ author = {Armin Rigo and Carl Friedrich Bolz},
+ title = {{How to \emph{not} write Virtual Machines for Dynamic Languages 
+}},
+ booktitle = {Proceedings of Dyla},
+ abstract = {Typical modern dynamic languages have a growing number of
+                  implementations. We explore the reasons for this situation,
+                  and the limitations it imposes on open source or academic
+                  communities that lack the resources to fine-tune and
+                  maintain them all. It is sometimes proposed that
+                  implementing dynamic languages on top of a standardized
+                  general-purpose object-oriented virtual machine (like Java
+                  or .NET) would help reduce this burden. We propose a
+                  complementary alternative to writing custom virtual machine
+                  (VMs) by hand, validated by the PyPy project: flexibly
+                  generating VMs from a high-level specification, inserting
+                  features and low-level details automatically – including
+                  good just-in-time compilers tuned to the dynamic language at
+                  hand.  We believe this to be ultimately a better investment
+                  of efforts than the development of more and more advanced
+                  general-purpose object oriented VMs. In this paper we
+                  compare these two approaches in detail.},
+ year = {2007},
+}
+
+
+ at InProceedings{RigoPedroni06,
+author    = {A.~Rigo and
+               S.~Pedroni},
+title     = {Py{P}y's approach to virtual machine construction},
+booktitle = {OOPSLA Companion},
+year      = {2006},
+pages     = {944-953},
+}
+



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