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> resources. It would not be trivial to get runrev to export C
> source. But it would be invaluable to users and to the
> longevity and reach of the runrev product and market.
It would definitely have an effect, but it may not be the best use of Rev
resources. AFAIK, there are multiple bits of Rev in Rev and also in C/C++
precompiled chunks that go into a stack. I think it would be a nightmare
sorting all that out on top of just a plain code generator.
I believe there was a REALbasic-to-C or C++ generator produced by a third
party, but I believe it flopped as a product.
If you are working in artificial intelligence, you'd probably benefit from
some of your project being compiled as an external.
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