|Generating a simple hand-coded like recursive descent parser email@example.com (Mr.E) (2006-09-08)|
|Re: Generating a simple hand-coded like recursive descent parser firstname.lastname@example.org (Tommy Thorn) (2006-09-10)|
|Re: Generating a simple hand-coded like recursive descent parser ArarghMail609@Arargh.com (2006-09-11)|
|Re: Looking for Basic compiler, was Generating a simple hand-coded lik email@example.com (Eric) (2006-09-18)|
|Re: Looking for Basic compiler, was Generating a simple hand-coded lik ArarghMail609@Arargh.com (2006-09-18)|
|Re: Looking for Basic compiler, was Generating a simple hand-coded lik firstname.lastname@example.org (Eric) (2006-09-21)|
|Re: Looking for Basic compiler, was Generating a simple hand-coded lik ArarghMail609a@Arargh.com (2006-09-22)|
|Date:||22 Sep 2006 22:26:28 -0400|
|Organization:||Ripco Communications Inc.|
|References:||06-09-02906-09-042 06-09-043 06-09-094 06-09-101 06-09-111|
|Posted-Date:||22 Sep 2006 22:26:28 EDT|
On 21 Sep 2006 10:33:59 -0400, "Eric" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >Have you considered making it open source?
>> I have thought of it, however, some parts of the runtime have
>> restrictions. Without the runtime, the compiler wouldn't be that
>When you say "restrictions", I assume you mean "proprietary code"?
>Maybe we could re-implement the runtime to remove the proprietary code?
More along the line of: Used and modified some source from another
product, for which I have permission to do so, but never received
rights to distribute that source.
More details here: http://www.arargh.com/basic/download.html
>Can you explain this a little more...are you generating some kind of
>intermediate code and then translating that to native code, or ???
BCET compiles to MASM (ML these days) assembler source. I have a
partially working conversion program that translates ML (MASM) source
to Nasm source for use on FreeBSD or Linux systems, but I never got
all of the runtime to work there.
ArarghMail609a at [drop the 'http://www.' from ->] http://www.arargh.com
BCET Basic Compiler Page: http://www.arargh.com/basic/index.html
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