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Implementing heap-allocated closures in LLVM

LLVM does not have a built in mechanism for such an abstraction, because it does not really implement a language level stack. It implements an activation record allocation stack. In C, these map 1:1, ...
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Modular Design affects compilation time

As the build process for the entire system becomes more complex, it's likely to take a bit longer. BUT as you don't need to rebuild the entire system on each and every code change, just the module ...
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Modular Design affects compilation time

Kind of. The tricky part is the role of header files. The C/C++ compilation model handles one "compilation unit" at a time. Roughly, there is one compilation unit per .cpp file. Different ...
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