Yes, I know. Although Marcel do not know, I would be interested in
knowing the way, they have realized it.
Am 11.04.2017 um 12:07 schrieb Derek Stewart:
On 11/04/17 09:58, Ralf Reköndt wrote:
Yes, would be interesting to know, how QLib does this with its
compiled "resident" extensions.
Betreff: Re: [Ql-Users] Marcel has done it again - SMSQE 3.31
Von: "Jan Bredenbeek"
On 11 April 2017 at 10:07, Derek Stewart <de...@q40.de> wrote:
Do you think it is possible for the SMSQ/E internal compiler produce a
compiled version of the SBASIC programme?
You can EXEC a SBASIC program in the same way as a 'normal' executable
program on SMSQ/E (which actually starts another instance of SBASIC).
But the code produced by the real-time compiler is not real 68000
pseudo-code and needs the SBASIC environment to work. So it cannot be a
stand-alone EXECable program unless the SBASIC runtime environment also
comes with it.
Nevertheless it would be a great idea if you could write a procedure in
SBASIC and LRESPR the compiled code as SBASIC extension so you have it
always available. AFAIK there is no higher-level language compiler
of producing SBASIC extensions - or perhaps Qliberator?
Qliberator has a nice feature that S*Basic procedures and Functions
can be compiled and loaded as Resident Procedures and Functions using the
EXTERNAL for single Procedure or Function and EXT_ALL for all
Procedures and Functions directives in REMark statements.
Something like that would be nice to have built into SMSQ/E.
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