|Is this a new idea? M.J.Landzaat@fel.tno.nl (1992-10-28)|
|Re: Is this a new idea? firstname.lastname@example.org (1992-10-31)|
|Re: Is this a new idea? email@example.com (1992-11-02)|
|Re: Is this a new idea? firstname.lastname@example.org (1992-11-03)|
|Re: Is this a new idea? email@example.com (1992-11-03)|
|Re: Is this a new idea? firstname.lastname@example.org (Byron Rakitzis) (1992-11-04)|
|Re: Is this a new idea? ttk@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (1992-11-04)|
|[16 later articles]|
|From:||M.J.Landzaat@fel.tno.nl (Maarten Landzaat)|
|Organization:||TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory|
|Date:||Wed, 28 Oct 1992 16:48:50 GMT|
While waiting for my compilation to finish for the 30th time, I concocted
the following dream compiler:
one that during my editing, reads the program text I typed in so far, and
tries to compile and link it as much as it can in the background, with low
priority so nobody gets bad response.
So when I finally type "cc", most of the work will already be done, and it
will complete much faster.
Has this technique a name? Has it already been implemented in some
Any reaction is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Maarten J. Landzaat (analyst/programmer, bass player, Atari/midi freak)
BSO/Aerospace & Systems Mail: Spuistraat 97
Email: email@example.com 1012 SV Amsterdam
Phone: +31 20 6266098 The Netherlands
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