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OzzY



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http://llvm.org/

Have anyone heard of it?
Post 10 Jan 2008, 00:05
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f0dder



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Yeah, several years ago. It's an interesting project, seems to have fairly decent program structure optimization (dunno about code generation though?), and it's a relatively big&complex framework to implement for your stuff. But probably less messy than GCC? Wink

Here's a link you might find interesting. And btw Apple is working hard on providing a Objective C (or was it a C++, or both?) frontend for LLVM, so they can get out of the clutches of GCC.
Post 10 Jan 2008, 00:11
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bitRAKE



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Machine descriptions ( http://www.cs.virginia.edu/zephyr/ ) seemed like a good approach...

I like this ( http://llvm.org/docs/LangRef.html ) - seems close to assembly. Maybe, some FASM macros could translate, lol.
Post 10 Jan 2008, 01:18
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