[pypy-dev] JIT

Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com
Tue Feb 21 10:41:46 CET 2006

Hi All,

As you probably know by now, I enjoy following the progress of the PyPy 
project, and generally I can understand roughly what is going on, but I 
have to admit I am stumpt by the JIT. Is there a document that describes 
what is going on anywhere? What's the goal of the current bit of work? I 
can't actually work out if the current JIT for the toy language is 
actaully jitt'ed, or if you are currently just working on the data 
structures that will produce the JIT? I.e will there need to be a machine 
code backend for the JIT or does it somehow magically produce fast code 
without a compiler, using some other kind of dispatch loop?


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