|SmallC for NT firstname.lastname@example.org (Hans Walheim) (1998-06-04)|
|From:||Hans Walheim <email@example.com>|
|Date:||4 Jun 1998 23:38:55 -0400|
Since there has been some recent discussions about p-code and there
has also been some beginners wanting to learn compiler technology I
thought that a born-again-SmallC could be appropiate. (SmallC was my
introduction to the subject in the 80's).
I have a made a version of SmallC for 386+ and Windows NT that could be
interesting for some hands-on experience of an actually
working compiler using a form of p-code for code generation that still is
small enough to grasp within a night or two. See the comp.compilers FAQ
for more information about the original SmallC.
The NT-port as well as an original SmallC compiler (v2.2) may be found
Hans Walheim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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