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FAUSTLIVE, Just-In-Time Faust Compiler... and much more

Abstract : FaustLive is a standalone just-in-time Faust compiler. It tries to bring together the conve- nience of a standalone interpreted language with the e ciency of a compiled language. Based on libfaust, a library that provides a full in- memory compilation chain, FaustLive doesn't require any external tool (compiler, linker, etc.) to translate Faust source code into binary ex- ecutable code. Thanks to this technology FaustLive provides several advanced features. For example it is possible, while a Faust application is running, to modify its behavior on-the- y without any sound interruption. It is also possible to mi- grate a running application from one machine to another, etc.
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Sarah Denoux, Stéphane Letz, Yann Orlarey, Dominique Fober. FAUSTLIVE, Just-In-Time Faust Compiler... and much more. Linux Audio Conference, ZKM, May 2014, Karlsruhe, Germany. ⟨hal-00965266⟩

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