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blog Recompiling EiffelStudio on Windows

dlebansais's picture

Recently I found an issue with EiffelStudio and some .NET assemblies. I decided to rebuild my own version of the Eiffel compiler to implement a quick workaround.

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Eiffel compilation and tuning execution speed

Introduction

For a beginner the different compilation modes of EiffelStudio can be confusing and I've heard people mention that they don't want to use Eiffel because it's runtime execution is considered too slow. The fact of the matter is, it is not slow! It is only slow when using all or the most aggressive contracts in "workbench" mode, which is by no means the result of an optimized final compilation. Such aggressive checking is sometimes what is needed when developing a new project, and sometime you can throttle back on such aggression. This article explains the various compilation modes and their pros and cons. The results will demonstrate that Eiffel is just as fast as C or C++.

blog Single file compilation

juliant's picture

What I always liked about other compilers was the ease to compile simple examples. Just write a C file and call   and the compiler does the rest. Of course when you get to more complex systems you need wp:makefiles and the like, but for a quick test it is very convenient to be able to compile single files.

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How to compile examples using Gobo

Most of the examples and tutorials you will find here come with an archive containing the source code and the files required to compile the code. Here you will find the information required to use the examples together with Gobo.

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How to compile examples using EiffelStudio

Most of the examples and tutorials you will find here come with an archive containing the source code and the files required to compile the code. Here you will find the information required to use the examples together with EiffelStudio.

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