The compiling/translating approach involves, however, plenty of code generation in some cases. Too much generated code consumes too much memory and thus can result in poor performance.
Gilad Bracha, the fourth man of Java, has been pointing out this problem in his blog, and finally proposed a new Java VM instruction, specialized to address this issue on Feb 28, 2006.
I would like to leave my memos related to my "kung-fu" for some technology insights. Kung-fu doesn't only mean a battle style, but means hacking one's own life.
Monday, March 13, 2006
JSR-292 invokedynamic - a New Java Bytecode Instruction for Dynamically Typed Language Support
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It is acutally approved unanimously.
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