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    Default An Embeddable GCC-Based JIT Compiler Published

    Phoronix: An Embeddable GCC-Based JIT Compiler Published

    An experimental library has been published by a Red Hat developer that allows for an embeddable JIT compiler that's based on GCC...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ3NTc

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    could there be a benefit for the dolphin emulator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakubo View Post
    could there be a benefit for the dolphin emulator?
    i see a better option... having some form of ggc as a dalvik substitute to provide more deep optimization

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakubo View Post
    could there be a benefit for the dolphin emulator?
    AFAIK, dolphin generates native code by itself. For emulation purposes it's good because has less overhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by medeiros View Post
    AFAIK, dolphin generates native code by itself. For emulation purposes it's good because has less overhead.
    Yeah. The technical term is "dynamic recompiler" (dynarec for short) because it's compiling from one machine code architecture to another using information gathered at runtime to rebuild the "intended purpose" information that was thrown out when the machine code was originally created from a higher-level language by the game's developer.

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