|compiler or interpreter for basic comp architecture email@example.com (Henrique Seganfredo) (1999-10-28)|
|Re: compiler or interpreter for basic comp architecture firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-10-29)|
|From:||"Henrique Seganfredo" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||28 Oct 1999 02:06:23 -0400|
Hi folks, I am A CS student from Brazil and although I am not yet on
the semester that we have a class on compilers, I am somewhat
interested in how I can implement a interpreter or compiler for a
small 8, 16 bit or even a 32 bit cpu...
....this is because I have some projects going on the computer
architecture area, and I would like to go beyond developing the ASM
opcodes for my computers.....I think would be nice to carry them with
a simple pseudo C compiler or interpreter (like the oldie 8 bit
computers with their BASIC interpreters that were the OS, GUI and dev
tool for the user...)...
....the problem is that I have no idea on the minimum archictecture
that my system should have (# of registers, stacks, etc....) to easier
the task of doing or porting a compiler or interpreter to it....this
way I could modify my existing microprocessor projects to acquire a
nice cpu core for a possible high level approach to it....
please somebody discuss, brag about or just point some web page with
related projects or that have material on the subject... thanks for
Henrique Seganfredo (Segao)
firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com & ICQ #340812
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