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You will be sent an email to validate the new email address. Hi all, Just a quick question. You couldnt make it up!!!!!! Similar speedups in other interpreted languages would be excellent… hello Python.
Google, Facebook slip down rankings after year of controversy. EDIT Maybe this is what you are looking for: Instead of compiling whole functions, TraceMonkey was a tracing JITwhich operates by recording control flow and data types during interpreter execution.
Would love to see an OpenGL-accelerated canvas implementation to go with this: In IE and Safari they show up all at once. Build your own feed by choosing topics you want to read about hracemonkey editors you want to hear from. Wow John, this is amazing stuff.
Is it released for public use?
Does TraceMonkey kick Firefox into turbo mode?
Mozilla instead collaborated with Adobe and several other groups and people who have more experience in this area. Off course not… but you just reinvented the JIT- wheel for the sake of reinventing the wheel. The format-tofte test in SunSpider hangs with jit enabled, is this a know issue, of some weird issue with the nightly I was using?
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Do you agree with their picks? Retrieved 14 December I have a perhaps non-related question: