I have little knowledge about the recent development in the embedded systems domain. So, I would like to know your opinion/experience about dynamic compilation on state-of-the-art embedded systems. Dynamic compilation becomes more and more important on desktop PCs, but what about embedded systems?
Some years ago, ES were small platforms with very restricted resources such as memory. So, applications had to be kept small and compilation at run-time was not feasible (processor to slow, not enough space for dynamic compiler and the additional code...). How is the situation today? Are the resource still very limited or would a dynamic compilation at run-time be feasible? If so, do you know any concrete examples?
Thank you .
Best regards, Christian