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spencertipping/jit-tutorial: How to write a very simple JIT compiler
How to write a very simple JIT compiler. Contribute to spencertipping/jit-tutorial development by creating an account on GitHub.
compiler  jit  tutorial  programming 
april 2019 by david.parrott
When pigs fly: optimising bytecode interpreters – badoo_tech
Everyone knows that pigs can’t fly — just like everyone thinks they know that bytecode interpreters, as a technology for executing high-level languages, can’t be sped up without resorting to…
architecture  programming  jit  virtualmachine 
march 2019 by david.parrott
Experiments In NES JIT Compilation | bheisler.github.io
Inspired by the always-incredible work on Dolphin, I decided to write myself an NES emulator called Corrosion a couple years ago. I managed to get it working well enough to play basic games, and then put the project aside. This post is not about the emulator itself, but rather the JIT compiler I added to it last year and the upgrades to said JIT compiler I’ve made over the past few weeks.
jit  rust  nes  emulation  emulator  programming  nintendo  assembly  dynarec 
august 2017 by david.parrott
Any good resources on writing a JIT? : EmuDev
Lately I've ben getting more interested in working on existing emulators, but looking at any sort of recompiler confuses me to no end.
programming  emulation  emulator  jit  development 
may 2017 by david.parrott
Josh Haberman: Hello, JIT World: The Joy of Simple JITs
This is a demonstration of how simple and enjoyable small JITs (just-in-time compilers) can be.
jit  compiler  programming  assembly 
january 2013 by david.parrott

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