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Project Summary

AsmJit is a complete JIT and remote assembler for C++ language. It can generate native code for x86 and x64 architectures having support for a full instruction set, from legacy MMX to the newest AVX2. It has a type-safe API that allows C++ compiler to do a semantic checks at compile-time even before the assembled code is used or run.

AsmJit is not a virtual machine. It doesn't have functionality often required and implemented by virtual machines; however, it is designed to be extensible by third-parties and mostly used as a JIT backend. The usage of AsmJit is not limited, it's suitable for multimedia, virtual machines or remote code generation.

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assembler compiler cplusplus jit x86 x86_64

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30 Day Summary

Aug 26 2021 — Sep 25 2021

12 Month Summary

Sep 25 2020 — Sep 25 2021
  • 39 Commits
    Down -19 (32%) from previous 12 months
  • 5 Contributors
    Up + 1 (25%) from previous 12 months