Integrating Truffle into an Existing Language Implementation
JRuby+Truffle is an implementation of Ruby using Truffle. Unlike other Truffle implementation projects, we are doing this within the existing open source project implementing Ruby in Java, JRuby. We will talk about the challenges and opportunities of integrating Truffle into an existing JVM language implementation project. What code can be re-used? Why isn’t it always easy to use existing parts of the implementation? Can we take an easier route if we are happy to accept lower performance? Can we maintain compatibility?
Chris Seaton is a PhD student at the University of Manchester, where he is researching programming languages and irregular parallelism. He is also a member of the Virtual Machine research group at Oracle Labs, where he works on implementing programming languages using the next generation of Java Virtual Machine.
Tue 7 JulDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
10:20 - 12:25
Session 1Truffle at Bohemia III
|One VM to Rule Them All And With Interoperability Bind Them|
Matthias Grimmer Johannes Kepler University Linz
|Integrating Truffle into an Existing Language Implementation|
Chris Seaton Oracle Labs / University of Manchester
|Developer Tools for Truffle-implemented Languages|
Michael Van De Vanter Oracle Labs
|Truffle Trade-offs, Concepts and Experiences|
Christian Humer Oracle Labs