|re: Bliss-11 firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Mickelsen) (2006-11-19)|
|Re: Bliss-11 email@example.com (2006-11-20)|
|Re: Bliss-11 Juergen.KahrsDELETETHIS@vr-web.de (=?ISO-8859-1?Q?J=FCrgen_Kahrs?=) (2006-11-20)|
|Re: Bliss-11 firstname.lastname@example.org (Karsten Nyblad) (2006-11-20)|
|From:||email@example.com (Jason Lee Eckhardt)|
|Date:||20 Nov 2006 16:04:53 -0500|
|Organization:||Rice University, Houston, TX|
|Keywords:||history, books, comment|
|Posted-Date:||20 Nov 2006 16:04:53 EST|
Mark Mickelsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Is there a Yacc grammar for Bliss-11 available?
These documents might be useful:
They appear to have reasonably detailed syntax definitions for the
various BLISS dialects. It would be straightforward to produce an
input grammar from this for your favorite parser generator.
> Has anyone ever done anything about getting a Bliss-11 compiler
>running on anything besides a PDP-10? I still think it is one of the
>best SIL's ever written and I would like to have a version that runs
>on my PC. I would like to have multiple code generation modules
>which will generate code for various microprocessors. I'm sure I'll
>have to do some code writing for these modules so I'm looking for any
>information available for the compiler.
It wouldn't be too difficult to write a BLISS-* frontend for
the GNU compiler, as there is now a standard AST/IL that one can
target. This also means you'll get a full optimizer and numerous
back-ends "for free", so you won't have to write that yourself.
You could do the same with another infrastructure such as LLVM,
although LLVM has support for fewer target machines.
[I don't know of any place to get a grammar, but I have the source code
for Bliss-11 at ftp://ftp.iecc.com/pub/file/bliss.tar.gz -John]
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