|Bytecode Image Questions email@example.com (news.tkdsoftware.com) (2004-09-21)|
|Re: Bytecode Image Questions firstname.lastname@example.org (Nick Roberts) (2004-09-25)|
|Date:||21 Sep 2004 22:22:28 -0400|
|Organization:||TKD Software, Inc.|
|Keywords:||interpreter, question, design|
|Posted-Date:||21 Sep 2004 22:22:28 EDT|
Does anyone have any input on the best way to layout the memory
addressing scheme for a bytecode stack machine system? Is there any
benefit in having a dual-stack system where the code and literal
resource pool (such as string table, external library table, and
export table references) are stored in a memory block and a second
memory stack is used for all stack operations? Reason I ask is that
some past code generators I've used have specified a maximum data
segment size of 32k. What does this typically imply?
Thanks in advance!
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