|optimization framework firstname.lastname@example.org (Rodrigo Augusto B. Ferreira) (1999-02-05)|
|Re: optimization framework email@example.com (Artur Biesiadowski) (1999-02-07)|
|Re: optimization framework firstname.lastname@example.org.OZ.AU (1999-02-10)|
|From:||Artur Biesiadowski <email@example.com>|
|Date:||7 Feb 1999 00:13:10 -0500|
"Rodrigo Augusto B. Ferreira" wrote:
> I'm looking for a Java/C/C++/Pascal/Eiffel/... framework for
> implementing an aggressive optimizing compiler backend with major
> known algorithms implemented, allowing intermediate code and target
> machine customization. It's for a JVM study.
I think that gcc is what you are looking for. Espeically with egcs
there are many frontends, including java, C, C++. Pascal should not be
hard to write, worse is with eiffel. You can jump in at any gcc stage
to perform optimalizations - there are plenty of them there already.
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