|Procedure inlining at the source level email@example.com (1989-06-07)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Alan Yueh)|
|Keywords:||Optimization, open compilation, inlining, procedure integration|
|Date:||7 Jun 89 20:46:52 GMT|
I am looking for papers/technical reports/general pointers about the subject
of procedure inlining (also called integration, open compilation, open coding,
etc.) at the source level, and criteria for inlining that produce good
I have found a few papers (old) on the subject, but most are either very
sketchy or are written on the intermediate language transformation level.
I am interested in source-to-source transformations. If anyone has recent
papers on source-to-source transforms (implementation discussion) or recent
analyses of criteria for when to inline, please email.
Apologies if this raises a recent issue; I've just joined this newsgroup.
Thanks, Alan W. Yueh
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