|A novice in compiler construction wants feedback email@example.com (Marcus Johansson) (2009-09-03)|
|Re: A novice in compiler construction wants feedback firstname.lastname@example.org (Derek) (2009-09-04)|
|Re: A novice in compiler construction wants feedback email@example.com (Marcus Johansson) (2009-09-05)|
|Re: A novice in compiler construction wants feedback firstname.lastname@example.org (Bart) (2009-09-05)|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Sep 2009 10:29:09 -0700 (PDT)|
|Posted-Date:||05 Sep 2009 00:06:31 EDT|
On Sep 3, 8:27 am, "Marcus Johansson" <program...@telia.com> wrote:
> In real life I work as programmer at a company that produces casual
> games. But for a year or so I've spent my friday nights on writing my own
> little programming language. It's just a simple BASIC style thing, but I'm
> still kind of proud of it since I had no experience in compiler
> before I wrote the very first line of code. The compiler translates the
> source code into an assembler-like instruction set and then adds these
> instructions to an executable file that interprets itself (is there a name
> for this technique?).
> But why am I writing? I guess I simply want some feedback, since I have no
> one to discuss this kind of work with. The compiler can be downloaded from
> naalaa.webs.com/naalaa.zip. It comes with an editor with syntax highlithting
> and some example code. And, yeah, it's for windows.
We'd love to comment but unfortunately there isn't much to comment on.
The problem is that you've not published the source code to the
compiler itself and hence we can only comment on whether it works or
not. Congratulations-- it does -- but you already knew that. We can't
give you the more useful feedback of commenting on how it works or
give any feedback on possible improvements or different methods, since
we have no way of knowing at the moment short of disassembling the
compile.exe file or just plain guessing. And I doubt that many of us
are going to go to that amount of trouble.
So, if you want useful feedback, you'll need to show us the source.
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