Thread: JIT error
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Old 05 October 2008, 20:38   #7
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Originally Posted by Toni Wilen View Post
Huh? I have always said I WON'T touch JIT. It is impossible to understand, full of weird x86-assembly/C mix etc. (moved from beta thread)

ADDED: and quite obviously this is not JIT bug but corruption caused by something unrelated anyway.
Not touching the JIT is the wise thing to do ,anyway ,i was just talking about bugs ,bugs ,bugs ,bugs ,they are everywhere ...

Iam not asking you to touch JIT : ) , why would i do that ?
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