CLR 4.5: David Broman - Inside Re-JIT
- Posted: Sep 22, 2011 at 6:54PM
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Re-JIT is a new capability in CLR 4.5 that allows modification and recompilation of method-level IL code during runtime without requiring a process restart: so, the JIT runs again without shutting down executing applications. This is a great feature for instrumentation and profiling tools developers.
Here, we learn all about Re-JIT from one of the developers who wrote it: David Broman. Again, Re-JIT enables recompiling a method at runtime without restarting the process. Very cool.