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|From:||Roderick Bloem <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||2 Jun 2005 01:02:28 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||02 Jun 2005 01:02:28 EDT|
I am teaching compiler construction for the second time this year, and I
would like to exchange experiences with others teaching the same course.
In particular, I would be interested in the details of projects to
build a compiler: Which source and destionation languages do you use,
which implementation language for the compiler, and, especially, which
It would be great if you could post your experiences to this newsgroup.
Thusfar, we have done two projects, both inspired by Appendix A of the
A subset of Pascal to Java Byte Code, implemented in Java, using Cup and
JFlex, and Jasmin, BCEL, and Jasper for writing and debugging Java Byte
This year, we are translating a subset of Pascal to x86 assembly, again
using Java, Cup, and Flex. We'll use gcc -S and ddd for debugging.
On the tools especially, I would like to hear experiences of people
using different tools and better tools, perhaps even tools for building
I can make the assignments (and a solution) available on request.
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