[graalvm-users] Support for set-based languages
eric.sedlar at oracle.com
Fri Mar 29 10:35:54 PDT 2019
Yes, the implementations of languages like SQL will benefit from
performance improvements from GraalVM. We've done a lot of work there.
On 3/29/2019 6:38 AM, Ghislain Fourny wrote:
> Dear all,
> >From what I see in the supported languages and the implementation of SimpleLanguage in GraalVM, the languages implemented so far are based on expressions that return single values.
> Are there so far any other languages running on GraalVM that are set-based, in order words, would GraalVM and/or the Truffle API support set-based languages out of the box? I am thinking of languages like SQL where an expression can return billions of values and packaging into a single value makes no sense.
> If not, do you expect that the Java implementation of such languages (e.g., based on runtime iterators implemented in Java), when directly compiled and executed on GraalVM, would benefit from the performance improvements?
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