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It places a few limitations on the content of the source code. For example, you may not not LOAD or EVAL new expressions or procedure definitions at runtime, but in exchange, it is able to perform various global analyses which may allow it to transparently map Scheme types to C types and to use native C arithmetic operations on a per-expression basis, whenever such operations are proven safe. Further stalin can often reduce or eliminate run-time type checking and dispatching, and omit garbage collection for data of limited scope or accessibility, while omitting unreachable data altogether.
stalin also has a foreign procedure interface to both Xlib and OpenGL.
Stalin - a STAtic Language ImplementatioN Finally, a Lisp compiler that does what it should... Jeffrey Mark Siskind School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Purdue University Electrical Engineering Building, Room 330 465 Northwestern Avenue West Lafayette IN 47907-2035 USA voice: 765/496-3197 fax: 765/494-6440 qobi@pu more»
This directory contains various benchmarks and examples. The top-level scripts are: make-clean: Clean up this directory. old-benchmark: Run the old set of benchmarks, including all of the Gabriel benchmarks. The output of this script is in the file old-results.tex. fdlcc-benchmark: more»
STALIN(1) STALIN(1) NAME stalin - A global optimizing compiler for Scheme SYNOPSIS stalin [-version] [-I include-directory]* [[-s|-x|-q|-t]] [[-treat-all-symbols-as-external| -do-not-treat-all-symbols-as-external]] [[-index-allocated-string-types-by-expressio more»
stalin (0.11-5) unstable; urgency=low * Build with debugging information (gcc -g). * Remove bu more»
This package was originally debianized by Rob Browning <email@example.com> on Wed, 26 May 1999 18 more»