|Approach for Implementation firstname.lastname@example.org (Mohit Dewan) (2003-06-03)|
|Re: Approach for Implementation email@example.com (2003-06-05)|
|Re: Approach for Implementation firstname.lastname@example.org (Ken Rose) (2003-06-05)|
|From:||Ken Rose <email@example.com>|
|Date:||5 Jun 2003 23:07:11 -0400|
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|Posted-Date:||05 Jun 2003 23:07:11 EDT|
Mohit Dewan wrote:
> I am trying to write a scaled down version of a C compiler for a new
> chip set (which has its own set of assembly instructions).
> [I suggested that he adapt lcc. -John]
That or gcc, depending on several things:
- Do you care about C++, Fortran, Objective-C, Ada,...
- How important is code quality
- How do the licenses interact with what you want to do
A number of years ago, I ported GCC to the NUON MPE, which is rather
DSP-like in a number of respects, and was able to get mostly-runnable,
though still ugly, code in about six weeks. Improving it could turn
into a career, if you let it.
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