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This comment suggests otherwise:
Although I'm not sure the "self hosted compiler" is the same as "llvm free backend".
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Since Rust 1.67.0, the compiler has a specific optimized code path for the (already older) include_bytes! macro: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/pull/103812#issuecomment-1...
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Portable C and C++ Development Kit for x64 (and x86) Windows
FWIW, both GNU objcopy and GNU ld (including e.g. the XCOPY-deployable ones from w64devkit) are perfectly capable of turning binary data into MSVC-acceptable COFF files with start and end symbols, while Free Pascal, for example, straight up ships with a bin2obj tool; the MSVC toolset is the outlier here.
Design of the Dart language
I implemented a prototype version of the algorithm in that paper when exploring exhaustiveness checking for pattern matching in Dart.
I found it pretty easy to understand, but also really easy to get it to generate huge combinatorially large spaces. Some careful memoization and deduplication helped, but even so I never got the performance to a state I considered acceptable.
Instead, I went with Luc Maranget's classic approach and figured out a way to adapt it to a language with subtyping (with a ton of work from Johnni Winther to figure out all of the hard complex cases around generics):
The performance (in the prototype!) was dramatically better. You can always make pattern matching go combinatorial, but I haven't seen any real-world switches get particularly slow with our approach yet, and we have some fairly large tests of matching on tuples of enums.
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