Questions tagged [JIT] (8)

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Why JIT produces code in bytes and not in bits?

Why JIT produces code in bytes and not in bits?
Curt.Berge98 asked March 18th 20 at 20:55
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LINQ in a new application domain (AppDomain)

Is there anyone have any idea why JIT compilation of the same LINQ query takes 4 times more time in a new domain (child AppDomain) than in the main (default AppDomain)?
sherwood.Dibbert asked October 10th 19 at 08:05
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Conversion JVM/.NET code in the binaries?

Might want strange (and perhaps not finished his mana for Java). In General, if there's such a thing to take a program compiled for the JVM or .NET and convert it to binary (not necessarily Windows) that can run in the environment without a virtual machine? In fact, want to attach a JIT compiler directly to the program. If ...
stefan38 asked October 9th 19 at 22:13
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As in English it is correct to say "Warming up the JVM"? And is there any test frameworks it supports?

Hello, There are in English some term for "warming up" the JVM when the function is run many times to JIT adjusted to the task and optimally compiled code? And maybe you can even suggest a performance test framework that would support this warm up out of the box? Thanks in advance.
sage.Skil asked October 3rd 19 at 14:04
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Are there alternatives to Spoon/Xenocode Studio?

Looking for open\free alternative Spoon Studio (previously it was called Xenocode Virtual Appliance Studio) in order to decouple the app on your sharp from the framework on the target machine by "inserting" of the machine itself in the binary application. Preferably topical (supported).
Roosevelt_Kunze asked September 27th 19 at 01:01
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Binary .NET without Framework?

It is necessary to collect the entire virtual machine, or only used it part of the app in this app to the target machine it can work without reference to the framework. Weight care. It is desirable that decisions are free and / or open. Of course, I will be glad a brief description of the options. The pros and cons. Thanks ...
Roosevelt_Kunze asked September 27th 19 at 00:55
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How to run an executable file on the local .NET Framework?

Yeah, it's still perverted with this question. Is it enough to copy the folder "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727" (for example) to your project and using that in it (the folder) to run .net binaries? Roughly speaking - the alternative avivskogo "java.exe jar [args]"
Roosevelt_Kunze asked September 26th 19 at 23:27
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How to translate term "code pitching" (in JIT environments)?

How would you translate into Russian language the term "code pithing"? The term refers to JIT compilers and environments. The so-called method of saving memory, in which the environment replaces the previously compiled in mascot procedures back to their interpreted version -- that is, doing work, opposite JIT. When there is...
Kiera.Abbott asked September 20th 19 at 22:24
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How can one be sure that the method zeylanica?

Let's say I have this code;class Some<t> extends java.util.function.Supplier<t> { T value; public T getValue() { return value; } @Override public T get() { return value; } public static void main(String[] args) { Some<...> s1, s2; ... t1, t2; t1 = s1.getValue(); t2 = s2.get(); } }</t></...
charity84 asked August 6th 19 at 19:43
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