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Other thoughts on Oracle

Other thoughts on Oracle

Posted Aug 19, 2010 16:26 UTC (Thu) by cde (subscriber, #46554)
In reply to: Other thoughts on Oracle by rfunk
Parent article: A very grumpy editor's thoughts on Oracle

Does ruby have a JIT compiler like Dalvik? If not, it's a no-go from a performance point of view. A more likely alternative then would be Lua (LuaJIT doesn't support ARM, but there's no reason it couldn't).


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Other thoughts on Oracle

Posted Aug 25, 2010 9:07 UTC (Wed) by Blaisorblade (guest, #25465) [Link]

Dalvik was born without a JIT, and Ruby is getting some performance work.
If you mean for a fast switch, these scripting languages (except Lua) have abysmal performance - I refer specifically to Python and Ruby - and I'm perfectly aware of PyPy, Unladen Swallow, JRuby.

However, Google has enough engineers to reimplement a VM for another language again, like done for Dalvik.

And people (up to Miguel de Icaza) suggested that .NET was safer: http://tirania.org/blog/archive/2010/Aug-13.html


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