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Author skip.montanaro
Recipients ajaksu2, alexandre.vassalotti, bboissin, blaisorblade, christian.heimes, collinwinter, djc, facundobatista, jyasskin, lemburg, pitrou, ralph.corderoy, rhettinger, skip.montanaro, theatrus
Date 2009-01-07.15:09:27
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Paolo> Various techniques allow to create binary code from the
    Paolo> interpreter binary, by just pasting together the code for the
    Paolo> common interpreters cases and producing calls to the other. But,
    Paolo> guess what, on most platforms (except plain x86, but including
    Paolo> x86_64 and maybe x86 for the shared library case) this does not
    Paolo> work if the copied code includes function calls (on x86_64 that's
    Paolo> due to RIP-relative addressing, and on similar issues on other
    Paolo> platforms).

I don't understand.  I know little or nothing about the details of various
instruction set architectures or linkage methods.  Can you break it down
into a simple example?

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2009-01-07 15:09:29skip.montanarosetrecipients: + skip.montanaro, lemburg, collinwinter, rhettinger, facundobatista, pitrou, christian.heimes, ajaksu2, alexandre.vassalotti, jyasskin, djc, ralph.corderoy, bboissin, blaisorblade, theatrus
2009-01-07 15:09:28skip.montanarolinkissue4753 messages
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