Re: Dynamic compiling

fjh@students.cs.mu.OZ.AU (Fergus Henderson)
14 May 2003 00:53:45 -0400

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From: fjh@students.cs.mu.OZ.AU (Fergus Henderson)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 14 May 2003 00:53:45 -0400
Organization: Computer Science, University of Melbourne
References: 03-05-031
Keywords: C

"David" <davidslask@hotmail.com> writes:


>Hi, I am looking for a small efficient free/opensource compiler to
>integrate into my program. it should allow you to compile directly
>into memory, then execute the code directly from memory. Primary
>target is Windows(Intel), but support for other platforms would be
>nice.
>
>Any ideas?


When you say efficient, do you mean in terms of compilation time,
or speed of the generated code?


If the former, try tcc, the Tiny C Compiler <www.tinycc.org>.


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