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XLR: Extensible Language and Runtime

The art of turning ideas into code

XL, an extensible programming language, implements concept programming
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Interpreted mode is back alive

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The interpreted mode passes some simple tests. However, I still have some trouble with variable binding.

In the process, I created some interesting functions. One of them allows me to call a function that takes N arguments with an array containing N arguments. See Compiler::EnterArrayToArgsAdapter.

I also made the compiled mode slower. I investigated why... I traced it back to a couple of issues with the evaluyation of constant trees, for instance 0 or 'ABC'. So I added the possibility to rewrite these while still running quickly for the common case where they are not rewritten.

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