|compilers storing code outside hierarchical filesystems? email@example.com (Basile STARYNKEVITCH) (2001-11-05)|
|Re: compilers storing code outside hierarchical filesystems? firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Maslen) (2001-11-14)|
|From:||Basile STARYNKEVITCH <email@example.com>|
|Date:||5 Nov 2001 00:14:31 -0500|
|Organization:||http://lesours.starynkevitch.net/ - Les Ours|
|Posted-Date:||05 Nov 2001 00:14:31 EST|
Does anyone know about recent compilers (or programming environments)
which store code outside the ordinary hierarchical filesystem (as
provided by Unix or similar [Windows, Plan9] operating systems)?
I know about old Lisp and Smalltalk machines (which stored code in
their [then huge] virtual memory persistent space). I also know about
Cecil and Self which provided similar environments on Unix.
I heard about some IBM Java? or C++? compiler which stored source code
in some kind of RDBMS but I forgot the details, and welcome any white
paper references. Conceptually this means that the compiler is
integrated in a IDE, or at least an editor, which stores code in the
RDBMS and notify the compiler. This permit smart recompilation (of
only changed functions) - at a finer grain than usual make+compiler
I would be specially interested by an opensource implementation
running on Linux (but this probably does not exist, I would have found
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