Mon, 28 Apr 1997 14:21:55 +0200
There is so much talk about VMs now! (That's the Java virus I think)
Do I remember right, if I state that CMUCL has the possibility to
compile to byte-codes? And as far as I remember this was a portable
byte-code format, so you could run the binary on Intel as well as
Sparc, for example. And above that, you could mix byte-codes and
native code quite easily, since there is a mechanism to specify
whatshould be compiled an how.
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Is "Windows for Dummies" another case of "this sentence no verb?"