An object storage model for the truffle language implementation framework

@inproceedings{W2014AnOS,
  title={An object storage model for the truffle language implementation framework},
  author={Andreas W{\"o}\ss and Christian Wirth and Daniele Bonetta and Chris Seaton and Christian Humer and Hanspeter M{\"o}ssenb{\"o}ck},
  booktitle={PPPJ},
  year={2014}
}
Truffle is a Java-based framework for developing high-performance language runtimes. Language implementers aiming at developing new runtimes have to design all the runtime mechanisms for managing dynamically typed objects from scratch. This not only leads to potential code duplication, but also impacts the actual time needed to develop a fully-fledged runtime. In this paper we address this issue by introducing a common object storage model (OSM) for Truffle that can be used by language… CONTINUE READING
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