|9||Maxim||ahhh ... seeing all of that unit testing ... going on and on in Sea's light-house.r test script... it almost brings water to my eyes.||17-Dec-09 21:05|
|8||Janko||I mean very interesting in multiple ways||16-Dec-09 23:01|
|6||Maxim||I am using OpenGL (gl/glu/glut) as the test target. |
I could probably make the OpenGL extension more quickly manually, but then it would be: incomplete, and every new serious tool will require a fair amount of time.
|5||Maxim||that is the MAIN reason why I am building this engine. ;-)||16-Dec-09 20:34|
|4||Pekr||I would like to see a system, which would help to wrap some libraries and turn them into useful extensions :-)||16-Dec-09 20:32|
|3||Maxim||so created this group so I'd concentrate my discussion of the C analyser here.|
The project's official code name is Sea, and it includes a full C source parse rule (currently at ~ 300 lines of parse rules (not counting comments or blank lines)
|2||Maxim||mission statement: To parse / analyse C source files and produce new information out of it.|
goals: 1) To implement all phases of C source compilation and hook a retargettable emitter into all steps. 2) Ease of use for custom emitter designers. 3) extension building emitter 4) source file convertion from C to REBOL (structure, words, layout, constants, etc)
source format: ANSI C90, might support specific compiler & OS extensions (msvc, gcc, etc), if needs arises.
|1||Maxim||SEA : a programmable C source compiler / interpreter.||16-Dec-09 20:19|
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