Tutorial question (Jack Crenshaw)

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19 Dec 2002 12:36:59 -0500

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From: "Fis}{" <fish@whoppermail.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 19 Dec 2002 12:36:59 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: question
Posted-Date: 19 Dec 2002 12:36:58 EST

Hi there compiler folks,

This is my 1st post inhere because I am too enthiousastic about
building a c-compiler.

Is anybody interrested in the finishing of the famous 'Jack Crenshaw'
tutorials ? These go to tutor nr 16 and never finishes the complete

I have an idea to make additional tutorials to build a real working
c-compiler for the 68000 family CPU's, written in the ansi c language
(not the Pascal that he used). I am almost finishing my compiler
myself at the moment, and it includes almost everything like local
vars, multi dimentional arrays, structures and the typical c things
like ++, *= etc.

I would like to know if there is any interest in further tutorials
based on the ones that Jack Crenshaw wrote. Maybe this is old history
and technique has evolved, I don't know.

Nevertheless, I have his permission to do so on a non comercial basis
(as I will do ofcourse).

Feadback would be appreciated here, or by email (my addy works).

Theo, aka Fis}{

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