[fpc-devel] sparc port
Carl Eric Codere
carl.codere at optimasc.com
Mon Dec 2 08:23:23 CET 2002
>> Non of them is open source :)
>True, and keep in mind that this "shadowing" is already the case, and paying
>off. Most real serious/professional FPC users turn out to be somehow linked
>to Borland Delphi.
>Alike, but slightly different implementation seems to be the "selling"
>But Carl, why are you pursueing VIS? Only because it is not .NET, or does
it >have advantages in certain area's itself?
Its purely technical don't worry, the problem is that the CLR (.NET's VM)
is stack based, and for me (someone else may think the contrary), its too
in changing the compiler... If it was a simulated register based vm (or
something similar to that) I'd be the first to implement it!
Also, one other thing, because of strict type checking, i think you need
to create a constant pool just like java's vm, and i don't think thats very
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