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GNU Jitter and GCC: the fun of playing with fire2022-03-10 21:32
A few days ago on March 6 I participated in the Binary T00ls Summit online event (<>) organised by José Marchesi (<>); a video recording is now available. My presentation had the ridiculous title GNU Jitter and the illusion of simplicity or Copying, patching and combining compiler-generated code in executable memory or The Anarchist’s guide to GCC or The fun of playing with fire — or, in shortened form, GNU Jitter and GCC: the fun of playing with fire. This is the official abstract: GNU Jitter is a generator of portable and efficient language virtual machines; a Jittery VM lies [...] Read more
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