|symbol database for C++ compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (khoury) (2001-02-23)|
|Re: symbol database for C++ compiler email@example.com (Joachim Durchholz) (2001-02-25)|
|Re: symbol database for C++ compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Hans-Bernhard Broeker) (2001-02-25)|
|Re: symbol database for C++ compiler email@example.com (Benjamin Johnston) (2001-02-25)|
|Re: symbol database for C++ compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (Jonathan Barker) (2001-03-01)|
|From:||"Benjamin Johnston" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||25 Feb 2001 23:32:08 -0500|
|Organization:||University of Queensland|
|Posted-Date:||25 Feb 2001 23:32:08 EST|
> For example, such databases are common and much more useful in
> languages like Smalltalk (where the source is stored in the database),
> Java (lots of IDEs with incremental compilation), Eiffel (also incrementally
I've had a general feel for what the word means... but I've never found an
exact definition or overview of how they work.
So, what exactly is an incremental compiler?
[It's a compiler that adds code to the running program a piece at a time
rather than building the program all at once, the pieces can be as short
as a single line or as large as a routine. -John]
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