|Short Intro & F90 compiler development tool question email@example.com (Bernd Wender) (1995-11-14)|
|Re: Short Intro & F90 compiler development tool question firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-11-22)|
|From:||email@example.com (Seth M. LaForge)|
|Organization:||California Institute of Technology|
|Date:||Wed, 22 Nov 1995 00:16:57 GMT|
On Tue, 14 Nov 1995 09:35:01 GMT, Bernd Wender <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>We are looking for a compiler development tool which is able to support
>* implementation of transformations at a high level of abstraction
>* transparent internal representation (ideally object oriented)
>* F90 - frontend (open for extensions / modifications)
>In the moment we know of three tools: Sage++, Cocktail, and Gentle/Smart.
You may be interested in SUIF (Stanford Univeral Intermediate Format),
a compiler framework used for research at Stanford. It consists of a
high-level, byte-stream (i.e. stored in files) intermediate format,
and a set of C++ libraries to manipulate the data as objects. It also
comes with Fortran 77 and C frontends, some optimizations, and
backends to generate MIPS object files or C. I don't know if F90
support is in the works.
More info is available at http://suif.stanford.edu/.
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