The Great Startup Problem
mroos at roos.com
Sun Aug 31 00:10:17 UTC 2014
Comment on Jochen's long stack traces.
The difference must be in how our languages expect the call site to
In my case I compile all of the target methods to match the callsite stack
So the fast path adds no additional manipulations ( binds etc ) between
and the target. I put all of the parameter binds and mods needed for the
the fallback path. Here I bind the selector, callsite and other items
needed to look up
the target. I also have to add some mutations to the test method to
extract the field
I use to select the target with. This seems redundant to me as each GWT
does it over.
As an aside I am also able to write most of my fallback in Java so I don't
many lambdaForms there either. One simplification I have used so far is
that all of
my Smalltalk objects are a single Java class. Not sure if that is good or
thanks for sharing
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