Category for compilers, and the theory and practice of creating them. This category does not include compilers for specific languages, which are found elsewhere in subcategories for the source languages involved. Systems for generating separate compiler components (lexers/parsers, code generators or transformation tools) or cross-compilers are found in their respective subcategories under /Compilers.
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Bloodshed Software: Compilers Resources
Links to free compilers, with sources, compiler construction toolkits, tutorials, articles, other compiler-related sites.
The comp.compilers Newsgroup
Home page of newsgroup. Searchable full archive of messages from 1986, file archive, RSS feed.
The Compiler Connection
A listing of compiler companies, compiler research projects, benchmarks, and compiler job listings.
Compiler job openings at companies and universities.
Directory, search engine of compiler-related sites. People, books, papers, publishers, decompiling, generators (scanner, parser, backend), translators, compiler compilers, courses, tutorials, library, FAQ, free, companies, tools, mail list, survey/poll.
Simple programming language and compiler, with sources on its own input language; DOS, Win32 versions. Some information on compiler design. By Andrei V. Khokhlov.
A collection of educational compilers, assemblers, disassemblers, interpreters with sources (C, Pascal). Links to freeware compilers. [English, Russian]
Free Compilers and Interpreters
List of free compilers and interpreters for programming languages with descriptions.
Free Programming Compilers and Interpreters
Links to free programming compilers and interpreters categorized by language.
Links and Selected Readings for Compiler Writers
GCC extending specific literature, processor chips documentation, collected papers/sites on language standards, compilers, optimization.
Programming Language and Compiler Research Groups
Multi-site working groups and projects listing.
Researchers in Programming Languages and Compilers
A list of home pages for researchers working on programming language theory, design, implementation, and related areas. Maintained by Mark Leone at CMU.
SIGPLAN: Programming Languages
ACM special interest group that explores the implementation and efficient use of programming languages.
Softpanorama Bookshelf / Compiler Construction
Reviews of compiler books, with links to Amazon just in case you want to buy one
Turbo Pascal 3.0 compiler and code generation internals
Internals of one-pass compiler by example Pascal compiler.
Compiler of the theoretical language L, which is used as a simple language for teaching computation theory.
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