Miscellaneous Concepts of .NET – Part 2
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by Uday Denduluri
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Compilation Mode

Let us discuss the Compilation mode in detail. We have two variants of compilation mode, normal mode and Install time code Generation. Let us illustrate the differences between both. This will give us a better understanding on these compilation concepts.

Standard JIT Compilation option

Install Time Code Generation

Does not convert all the MSIL into native code.

Converts all the MSIL into native code in a single shot.

Converts the MSIL to native code during execution time and stores the native code so that it should be accessible.

The entire assembly is converted into native code at the installation time only. Of course it takes care of the other assemblies referred in this assembly.

Loading and staring of the application is a bit slow with this option.

Loading and starting the application is much quicker when compared with standard JIT compilation option.

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