|Online tutorials/explanations on code generation? firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Koch) (2004-02-26)|
|Re: Online tutorials/explanations on code generation? email@example.com (2004-03-11)|
|From:||Andreas Koch <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||26 Feb 2004 01:13:44 -0500|
|Keywords:||code, question, comment|
|Posted-Date:||26 Feb 2004 01:13:44 EST|
I allready wrote several (small) interpreters, VMs, and
coded in assembly for several CPUs.
Next thing I'd like to try, is writing an compiler.
Of course I could build something that somehow outputs
assembly. But i'd like to have a quick overview of whats
the "usual" method of doing this elegantly, and retargetable.
(and I'd like to avoid browsing through such a beast as the
GCC sources for that, or buying a book)
So, can someone recommend a free site that highlights what
happens between "fully parsed code" and "assembly output" -
How opcodes, registers, addressing modes etc. are choosen.
thanks a lot,
[What ever happened to the quaint practice of checking books out of
the library? -John]
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