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vmgen - a tool for writing fast and efficient interpreters
Vmgen is a tool for writing efficient interpreters. It takes a simple
virtual machine description and generates efficient C code for dealing
with the virtual machine code in various ways (in particular, executing
it). The run-time efficiency of the resulting interpreters is usually
within a factor of 10 of machine code produced by an optimizing
The main documentation for vmgen is in info format. Please use info
vmgen for the complete documentation on vmgen.
The Vmgen manual in info format
Vmgen was written by Anton Ertl, Bernd Paysan, Jens Wilke and others.
This manpage was created for the Debian GNU/Linux project by Eric
Schwartz. Any problems with it are entirely his fault.
April 14, 1999 Vmgen(1)
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