Andreas Bernauer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Martin Gasbichler wrote:
>> >> as we discuss the packaging of libraries, I remembered a feature about
>> >> libraries that I would like to have besides of having it installed in
>> >> a structured way. I am not sure, if this issue has been discussed
>> >> earlier: I'd like to have the possibility of "precompiled" libraries.
>> I have written some code to provide separate compilation of
>> byte-code. Currently the speedup is not very high (about a factor of
>> 3) but I plan to add what I have to Sunterlib within the next few
> Although this is good news, I you are addressing want I meant
> initially. What you've wrote sounds like I'll be able to compile
> byte-code to machine-dependent code, so I can "execute" my scsh files
This would be compiling to native-code, wouldn't it?
> What I meant initially is that I wanted to have scsh libraries
> compiled from source code to byte-code so that they can be loaded fast
> into scripts.
That's what I call "separate compilation".