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|From:||email@example.com (Neal Gafter)|
|Organization:||Microtec Research Inc, Santa Clara, CA|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Sep 1993 18:36:23 GMT|
> My question is, has any research been conducted into an "all-at-once"
> translation scheme, where a source file is completely read or mapped into
> memory before translation begins?
I'm not sure how much of it is practical at this time, but there has
been some work on parallelizing compilers, beginning in the mid
1970's. See the bibliography in my dissertation, that addresses the
more general problem of fine-grain parallelization of incremental
"Parallel Incremental Compilation"
PhD Dissertation, May 1990
University of Rochester
Technical Report 349, June 1990
(contact <firstname.lastname@example.org> for ordering information)
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