@SlowPath renaming discussion
java at stefan-marr.de
Mon Sep 29 12:02:41 UTC 2014
On 29 Sep 2014, at 11:33, Roland Schatz <roland.schatz at oracle.com> wrote:
> You could call it @JavaCode (or similar).
> The reasoning behind this is that, from now on, you're no longer executing "Truffle" code, but vanilla "Java" code.
> What the annotation does is, it marks the boundary between the code of the guest language interpreter, which is somehow special, and transitioning to library code which is written in plain Java.
I like the general idea.
How about @PlatformCode to avoid the potentially confusing ‘Java’?
‘Platform’ or something similar to indicate that it is not the guest interpreter.
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