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Re: [Tinycc-devel] OT (Re: modern c++ compiler written in C)

From: Sergey Korshunoff
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] OT (Re: modern c++ compiler written in C)
Date: Sat, 16 May 2015 17:20:57 +0300

2015-05-16 11:19 GMT+03:00, address@hidden <address@hidden>:
>>> We know (modulo my laziness to express the knowhow in a "traditional"
>>> notation) how to get a well working cfront-3.0.
>> There is a problem with build system (makefiles defines) which are not
>> friendly.
> Attaching the description which should be sufficient to build 3.0.3.

Nice :-)

>>> An easier but much less certain way would be to try to talk to someone
>>> at AT&T - this would be certainly a lot more efficient, _if_ it could
>>> work.
>> Easiest way to start this process is to place cfront project on the
>> github (for example).
> Sounds reasonable
> Go ahead and let's see what AT&T says to github (especially if you
> do not prominently state "computer history research" in the README,
> I guess you will want to).

README with "computer history research" mention? No problem.
What more? Allowing to do so on current linux distribution?

But a some usefull job need be done before doing so.
Related to the changes history. For example, I want to start with c++
files which have .C extension and not .c Or this can be done later?

PS: there are many good compilers (languages) which compiles to plain
c. But not having such for c++ is not so good.

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