descriptionCompiler for a C-like language written in SML
ownerJoshua Wise
last changeThu, 14 May 2009 02:47:28 +0000 (22:47 -0400)
readme
snipe is a small compiler written in SML. It compiles from a C-like language called L5, and targets x86_64. It was written as part of Frank Pfenning's Fall '08 compiler design class along with Chris Lu, and has been (or, rather, will be) extended from there.

The name

snipe has no particular meaning; any meaning that it might have is pretty much an in joke, and you shouldn't pay much attention to it. It needed a name other than l5c, and snipe was the first thing that came to mind.

Contact

Questions? Comments? Problems? Joshua Wise <joshua at joshuawise dot com> or Chris Lu <chris at lulabs dot net>
shortlog
2009-05-14 Joshua WiseRename output binary from l5c to snipe master
2009-05-14 Joshua WiseInitial import of l5c
2009-05-14 Joshua WiseInitial import of l4c
2009-05-14 Joshua WiseInitial import of l3c
2009-05-14 Joshua WiseInitial import of l2c
2009-05-14 Joshua WiseInitial import of l1c
heads
6 years ago blargcpu
8 years ago master
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