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[Help-smalltalk] Re: smalltalk compiler

From: Markus Fritsche
Subject: [Help-smalltalk] Re: smalltalk compiler
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 08:39:53 +0200

> My name is Avelino Herrera Morales and I am new in this list and 
> with the Smalltalk :-). Have the GNU Smalltalk a compiler? I would have 
> a compiler to byte code that allow me to execute only byte code files 
> (not source code files) directly. Like the "javac" compiler and "java" 
> virtual machine separate applications for the java language. 

I don't know about GNU Smalltalk's implementation of Methods and Blocks 
binary storage - but what you have to look at if you're doing something 
like this, is: how to relocate references to classes and objects stored 
in Methods, how be sure, that these are the same which they were, as 
you saved the (Compiled)Method (Block) the first time? What with 
objects which were created at compile time (if these are possible in
gst)? Does GNU Smalltalk have 'hard' references to ClassVars in Methods?

Kind regards, Markus


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