Re: Survey of intermediate program representations?

Domagoj Babic <domagoj@engineer.com>
17 Sep 2005 13:57:31 -0400

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From: Domagoj Babic <domagoj@engineer.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 17 Sep 2005 13:57:31 -0400
Organization: Department of Computer Science, UBC
References: 05-09-014 05-09-062
Keywords: analysis

Hi,


Thx for the reply Naveen. Perhaps I should have described my
application in more detail. I'm interested in high-level IRs for
source to source transformations. I guess there should exist a more
detailed survey than what can be found in an average compiler book.


Thx.


Domagoj


Naveen Sharma, Noida wrote:
> koodailar@gmail.com wrote:
>
>>I Am Also Interested In This. It Seems That Different IR are for
>>different hardware. the only exception i know is RTL, register
>>transfer language for GCC> IR.


> RTL representation is machine independent, but actual RTL that GCC
> generates for a target is different for each target processor. RTL is
> a low level IR as far its classification is concerned.
>
> For the original question, IIRC different approaches to intermediate
> representations would be covered in most compiler texts. ...



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