Dugor New image file format. Better support for m68k thanks to Andreas Schwab and Jorge Acereda. New, changed, and removed words: Bug fixes installation on big-endian machines sometimes did manhal work. It should become standard, i. The single-step debugger works again in some engines.
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If startup speed is a problem, you may consider the following ways to improve it; or you may consider ways to reduce the number of startups for example, by using Fast-CGI. Note that the first steps below improve the startup time at the cost of run-time including compile-time , so whether they are profitable depends on the balance of these times in your application.
An easy step that influences Gforth startup speed is the use of a number of options that increase run-time, but decrease image-loading time. The next step to improve startup speed is to use a data-relocatable image see Data-Relocatable Image Files. This avoids the relocation cost for the code in the image but not for the data. Note that the image is then specific to the particular binary you are using i.
You create the data-relocatable image that works with. And you run it with gforth-fast -i gforthdr. One step further is to avoid all relocation cost and part of the copy-on-write cost through using a non-relocatable image see Non-Relocatable Image Files. However, this has the disadvantage that it does not work on operating systems with address space randomization the default in, e.
You create a non-relocatable image with gforth-fast --no-dynamic -e "savesystem gforthnr. And you run it with gforth-fast -i gforthnr. If the script you want to execute contains a significant amount of code, it may be profitable to compile it into the image to avoid the cost of compiling it at startup time.
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