nicolas.dumont.perso at gmail
Apr 26, 2010, 1:44 PM
Post #3 of 3
2010/4/26 Török Edwin <edwintorok [at] gmail>
> On 04/26/2010 11:14 PM, nicolas dumont wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I've disabled the llvm for the libclamav compilation in order to reduce
> > size of the lib.
> > I've read the .pdf bytecode user's manual, and I would like to know if
> > bytecode is only for users
> > that want to make their own code for virus detection or would you add
> > bytecode inside the database .cvd files
> > in the main or in the daily that you provide ?
> There is a bytecode.cvd, and we'll start using it shortly.
> > I mean, by disabling the bytecode compiler, do I have the same behaviour
> > than the 0.95.3 clamav version ?
> No, the bytecode *interpreter* is still there (bytecode_vm.c), it is
> written in C, and runs the bytecodes... just slower than the JIT would.
You mean that, even if I've disabled the llvm in my binary of 1MBytes : if I
load the bytecode.cvd,
my binary would be able to run the bytecodes and detect viruses with it ?
but this will be done slower ?
bytecode.cvd size increase ? true ?
> Best regards,
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