linux system call
Documents the journey from C code to assembly to machine code very nicely.why's potion at master — GitHub
(Yet another) new programming language, aiming to be clean and explore ideas related to mixins. JIT-based (for x86, x86_64), should integrate well with C. Based on Lua VM.
Potion is an object- and mixin-oriented (traits) language.
Programming language by _why, very cool stuff.
Potion is an object- and mixin-oriented (traits) language.
"a little fast language"
Potion is an object- and mixin-oriented (traits) language. By why?
so that's what why_ has been up to. writing a new language.
o.OCreate a Language Compiler for the .NET Framework Using C#
Compiler hackers are celebrities in the world of computer science. I've seen Anders Hejlsberg deliver a presentation at the Professional Developers Conference and then walk off stage to a herd of men and women asking him to sign books and pose for photographs. There's a certain intellectual mystique about individuals who dedicate their time to learning and understanding the ins and outs of lambda expressions, type systems, and assembly languages. Now, you too can share some of this glory by writing your own compiler for the Microsoft® .NET Framework.Course Information | Introduction to Compilers
あとで見るSexy Lexing with Python | Evan Fosmark
Lexical analysis, a daunting task right? Wrong! In the following document we'll walk through different methods of lexical scanning in Python. First, we'll lookProjectPlan - unladen-swallow - Plans for optimizing Python - Google Code
Où l'on voit apparaître le verbe "to desugar"LESS - Leaner CSS
Turns out that sometimes less is CSS.jlongster - Writing apps for the iPhone in Scheme
read PLDI paperan overview of TraceMonkey at hacks.mozilla.org
Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fhacks.mozilla.org%2F2009%2F07%2Ftracemonkey-overview
This will explain what kinds of programs get the best speedup from TraceMonkey and what kinds of things you can do to get your program to run faster.Tiny Code: New additions: Movitz Lisp, Ocaml Mindstorm
小さい処理系のまとめ, lisp, scheme, forthなどなどgnuu.org: Writing Your Own Toy Compiler Using Flex, Bison and LLVM
"If you follow this article, you should end up with a language that can define functions, call functions, define variables, assign data to variables and perform basic math operations. It will support two basic types, doubles and integers. Some of the functionality is unimplemented, so you can have the satisfaction of actually implementing some of this stuff yourself and get the hang of writing a compiler with a little help."
Tutorial for writing your own compilerGoogle Code Blog: Introducing Closure Tools
As we continue exploring our mistakes, with last week’s blog challenge about the worst mistake we’ve made in a relationship, this week I’m going to challenge your work history and experience.Closure Compiler - Google Code
If you’re like me, one of the first things that attracted you to Scala was its parser combinators. Well, maybe that wasn’t the first thing for me, but it was pretty far up there. Parser combinators make it almost too easy to create a parser for a complex language without ever leaving the comfortable play-pen afforded by Scala. Incidentally, if you aren’t familiar with the fundamentals of text parsing, context-free grammars and/or parser generators, then you might want to do some reading before you continue with this article.
If you ever want to write a basic parser in Scala, take a look at this.
needThe If Works » Blog Archive » Talk: Writing a language in 15 minutes
I gave a talk at London Ruby User Group yesterday, based on the work I’ve been doing on Heist, my Scheme interpreter project. I wrote the core of a basic Scheme interpreter in about 15 minutes as a live-coded demo (well, kind of – the coding was pre-recorded so I could focus on talking), which seemed to go down pretty well.
15分で作るScheme interpreter in Ruby.
A talk on how to implement a Scheme interpreter in 15 minutes. The parsing is taken care of primarily by Treetop, a syntactic analysis / parser creation DSL for Ruby.ideone.com
nopaste inaczej (potrafi skomppilowac i odpalic wklejony kod)CoffeeScript
Faster than C, safer than Java, simpler than *sh
[[int\]Ventonegro » Blog Archive » Bibliography of Programming Languages Implementation
Bibliography of Programming Languages ImplementationFacebook Developers | HipHop for PHP: Move Fast
With HipHop we've reduced the CPU usage on our Web servers on average by about fifty percent, depending on the page. Less CPU means fewer servers, which means less overhead. This project has had a tremendous impact on Facebook. We feel the Web at large can benefit from HipHop, so we are releasing it as open source this evening in hope that it brings a new focus toward scaling large complex websites with PHP. While HipHop has shown us incredible results, it's certainly not complete and you should be comfortable with beta software before trying it out.
HipHop for PHP. With HipHop we've reduced the CPU usage on our Web servers on average by about fifty percent, depending on the page. Less CPU means fewer servers, which means less overhead.
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.Gallery of Processor Cache Effects
"tinyrb is the smallest Ruby VM to date. It won't run all your Ruby code, but it's fast and fun to play with."
wee ruby VM in early development
smallest Ruby VM to date. It won't run all your Ruby code, but it's fast and fun to play with.Ksplice » Hello from a libc-free world! (Part 1) - System administration and software
As an exercise, I want to write a Hello World program in C simple enough that I can disassemble it and be able to explain all of the assembly to myself. This should be easy, right? [...]
Nice article about compiling "Hello World" without libc under linux. Suprisingly deep digging necessary to get it to run properly.
"Hello, world" without libc
Nice chat about V8 concepts with Lars Bak -- interesting ideas on code-as-IR.7 lines of code, 3 minutes: Implement a programming language
Implementing a programming language is an experience no programmer should go without; the process fosters a deep understanding of computation, and beside that, it's fun!
Writing a new programming Language