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0:03peteycodes What is this magic?
0:03peteycodes What is this magic?
0:03peteycodes What is this magic?
0:37forrestthewoods Is there a runtime performance penalty when using ZLD due to what I think is an added layer of indirection?
0:37forrestthewoods Is there a runtime performance penalty when using ZLD due to what I think is an added layer of indirection?
0:37forrestthewoods Is there a runtime performance penalty when using ZLD due to what I think is an added layer of indirection?
1:24klacansky What is the strategy when function is inlined? Would you incrementally recompile its parent?
1:24klacansky What is the strategy when function is inlined? Would you incrementally recompile its parent?
1:24klacansky What is the strategy when function is inlined? Would you incrementally recompile its parent?
1:40Abner Coimbre: How robust and complete is ZLD?
1:40Abner Coimbre: How robust and complete is ZLD?
1:40Abner Coimbre: How robust and complete is ZLD?
3:02ginger_bill Can you cross-compile to Windows?
3:02ginger_bill Can you cross-compile to Windows?
3:02ginger_bill Can you cross-compile to Windows?
3:40nidpez Can you expand on that hot code swapping plan?
3:40nidpez Can you expand on that hot code swapping plan?
3:40nidpez Can you expand on that hot code swapping plan?
4:22klacansky Can you expand? Would you run inline pass and then notice the function changed and recompile that one?
4:22klacansky Can you expand? Would you run inline pass and then notice the function changed and recompile that one?
4:22klacansky Can you expand? Would you run inline pass and then notice the function changed and recompile that one?
4:45abeyer What's needed for the "framework stubs"? Are they provided for common things? Is there a central collection of them?
4:45abeyer What's needed for the "framework stubs"? Are they provided for common things? Is there a central collection of them?
4:45abeyer What's needed for the "framework stubs"? Are they provided for common things? Is there a central collection of them?
6:10slimsag tbd text based definition files, they’re standard. You can also use full framework files from a macOS SDK
6:10slimsag tbd text based definition files, they’re standard. You can also use full framework files from a macOS SDK
6:10slimsag tbd text based definition files, they’re standard. You can also use full framework files from a macOS SDK