A little experiment in interpreters and JIT compilation
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This is a small experiment in writing a JIT-compiled calculator. It can pretty-print, evaluate the AST, compile to assembly, or JIT compile and interpret the input expression.


./bootstrap # Also launches configure

How to use

To show the different options, use:

./jitters --help

Once launched, you can write your expression in it's standard input.