Stalin Scheme implementation is a historical compiler created in 2006. Stalin (STAtic Language ImplementatioN) is an aggressive optimizing batch whole-program Scheme compiler written by Jeffrey Mark Siskind. It uses advanced flow analysis and type inference and a variety of other optimization techniques to produce code. Stalin is intended for production use in generating an optimized executable. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Stalin Scheme implementation first appeared in 2006
- See also: scheme, chicken
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Last updated October 14th, 2019