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So I assume that means that the open-source specializer generator will itself be written in ordinary C++ and be able to generate x86 or ARM code that can do the specialization, right? Because if the only way to generate conASM for a specializer is the closed-source specializer, you’re going to have an obvious trusting trust problem.

Of course, adding complex, self-hiding backdoor code in the specializer and debugger would probably make specialization and debugging very slow, which would make most genASM JIT very slow–and as you often note, you’re in it for the money.