Small correction here:
Am Montag, 29. Januar 2018 14:41:24 UTC+1 schrieb zcourts:
> Given the clear difference between the submission and later execution of
> the expressions, I'm wondering if it's feasible to use the Frege compiler
> to actually generate code and keep reference to the compiled expression
> that is then executed later when some event triggers it. From reading
> https://github.com/Frege/frege/wiki/Compiler-Manpage however I get the
> impression that's probably not practical because Frege's compiler's
> generating Java which will need to be compiled after. If that's the case,
> what does the REPL do, how's it able to "compile" Frege and run in the same
Actually, the generation of Java code is just one step in the pipeline.
It's simply the most easy way to generate bytecode and class files when you
run on a JDK.
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