|compiler target? firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Lien) (2003-03-14)|
|Re: compiler target? email@example.com (2003-03-16)|
|From:||Tom Lien <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||14 Mar 2003 11:26:25 -0500|
|Keywords:||design, code, question|
|Posted-Date:||14 Mar 2003 11:26:25 EST|
I, and another programmer are endeavoring to create a language most
similar to c++, with in-language support for constraints on parametric
polymorphism, well-integrated preprocessing features, anonymous lambda
functions, and typesafe functions with arbitrary arguments (i.e typesafe
printf), amongst other things. We are using a c++ library called Spirit
(http://spirit.sourceforge.net) for our lexer/parser/AST generation.
My question is, if you were involved in this project, what would you
generate from the AST? We don't want to target a particular assembly
language because it is not portable. Would you recommend compiling down
to another language such as c or c++. Or what about targeting a virtual
machine (java, .net)? Are there other options we should consider?
Thanks in advance.
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