rtasm is a project i made in 2005 for university. It’s a runtime assembler for C++ that allows you to write code that is assembled at the very last minute. This allows you to write generic code with conditions that still performs incredibly well because they can be evaluated before loops with deep context knowledge.
I haven’t been working on the project for a long time but I thought it was a waste to have the code just sitting on my drive so in spite of two failing unit tests, I have now uploaded the source code to GitHub. Maybe at some point I will look into it again.