[antlr-interest] off-topic: OO compilers, books, resources
Waverly.Edwards at genesys.com
Tue Aug 28 13:32:40 PDT 2007
I will look into it.
From: Loring Craymer [mailto:lgcraymer at yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2007 11:07 AM
To: Edwards, Waverly; antlr
Subject: Re: [antlr-interest] off-topic: OO compilers, books, resources
Timothy Budd's "A Little Smalltalk" is a good start.
--- "Edwards, Waverly" <Waverly.Edwards at genesys.com>
> I may have tunnel vision but of all the resources I've seen, I've
> never seen anyone describe how to build an object oriented compiler or
> closer to what I mean is how to implement an object oriented language.
> One day relatively soon I would like to try my hand at an OO one. Has
> anyone seen any books, sites or other resources that describe how
> others in the past have done this?
> Not just the language but the how's and why's of what goes on under
> the hood.
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