Re: Crenshaw's Compiler Tutorial: 68k Asm to X86 Vs Interpreting, Newbie Qs on Parsing and Pascal

Jack Crenshaw <jcrens@earthlink.net>
26 Jan 2006 14:13:35 -0500

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From: Jack Crenshaw <jcrens@earthlink.net>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 26 Jan 2006 14:13:35 -0500
Organization: EarthLink Inc. -- http://www.EarthLink.net
References: 05-10-013 05-10-123
Keywords: books, courses, history
Posted-Date: 26 Jan 2006 14:13:35 EST

>>The trouble is once he gets to assembler, it is Motorola 68k stuff and
>>I'm using an X86 Win32 machine as usual. I was just wondering if
>>anyone has re-written the assembler bits in x86? I tried Googling but
>>didn't hit the jackpot just yet, though many posts do reference the
>>book in one way or another.
>
> Yeps; There is a C / X86 version of the tutorial on the list QDepartment on
> www.yahoogroups.com, on the Files section (Probably you will need to
> register to access that Area)


When I first posted the tutorial on Compuserve's Computer Language Forum
(CLMFOR), quite a few folks ported it to use different source languages,
different targets, and different implementation languages. They were
all in the CLMFOR libraries. Sadly, when AOL bought Compuserve, the
first thing they did was to purge all the forums that weren't "popular"
-- i.e., weren't about sex.


A lot of priceless stuff went into the bit bucket.


Jack



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