|Looking for a compiler for research work email@example.com (Manu Tandon) (1997-04-18)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler for research work firstname.lastname@example.org (John Lilley) (1997-04-20)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler for research work email@example.com (Sebastian Schmidt) (1997-04-22)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler for research work firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-04-22)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler for research work email@example.com (1997-04-22)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler for research work firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-05-04)|
|From:||Sebastian Schmidt <email@example.com>|
|Date:||22 Apr 1997 21:11:23 -0400|
Manu Tandon <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I am looking for a compiler to do some optimisation research. I have
> read the free compilers list. I wanted to know what compiler is easy /
> easier to hook into.
You may have a look on the SUIF compiler system:
I don't use it myself, but I've heared they have still problems with
their backends for generating machine code, but if you want to do
source-to-source optimizations it should be OK.
And then there is still GCC - a very hairy beast and definitively not
"easy to hook into", but if you are an experienced C-Hacker, you may
consider it too.
May your disk buffers flush before powerdown!
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