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I would rather say that these compiler backends are still experimental (I apologize for not to have specified it.)

This does not mean that they don't deserve to be mentioned (or that they should be qualified as "foolish persons toys" ;-) as their development is serious and they'll someday hit a stable state (they are already quite usable anyway).

Ciao, Emanuele.

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