this is some more dynarec informayion that i though would help.
In computer science, dynamic recompilation (sometimes abbreviated to dynarec) is a feature of some emulators and virtual machines, where the system may recompile some part of a program during execution. By compiling during execution, the system can tailor the generated code to reflect the program's run-time environment, and perhaps produce more efficient code by exploiting information that is not available to a traditional static compiler.
In other cases, a system may employ dynamic recompilation as part of an adaptive optimization strategy to execute a portable program representation such as Java, Corn or CLR bytecodes. Full-speed debuggers could also utilize it to reduce the space overhead incurred in most Deoptimization techniques, and many other features such as dynamic thread migration.
This would greatly benifit ps1p. At the same time it may not always speed emulation up. It should however speed the emulator due to it being coded and fitted to the psp's specifications.
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