Wednesday, May 16, 2007

DLR Implementation: Language Trees

Jim Hugunin has posted another blog entry:

DLR Trees (Part I)

This is about how the DLR builds language trees (an AST or CST I guess?) for representing dynamic languages. These are unlike the trees that C# compilers use because they are untyped (and unbound).

"The value of having dynamic languages target this tree form is that we can perform lots of optimizations in the DLR layer on behalf of the language implementations."

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