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Re: MOO into C

>I'm ambivalent here, I can live without them.  But this reminded me of 
>something else, something I'd really like to see the server correct.  The 
>foo = {@foo, bar}
>The only downside is that optimized code wouldn't decompile back into MOO 
>source code.  This could be worked around by giving programmers some 
>facility to save the un-optimized bytecodes (perhaps as a binary string?) 
>before optimizing.

It never is decompiled. The verb source is stored seperately from the 
byte-compiled version, in text form. Try disassembling some byte-compiled code 
one day and try decompiling it... it's just not possible (easily).

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