[svfig-announce] December 15th presenters.
forther at comcast.net
Tue Dec 18 22:49:01 GMT 2007
Okay, that might be a little long. Dave may choose to put it all on the
For the January email meeting announcement, how about something like this:
THE ML1 COMPILER --- Steven Nichols
How to install, understand and use the ML1 macro cross compiler for
creating a custom language or for creating runtime ML1 software projects.
Steven Nichols wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Dec 2007, Kevin Appert wrote:
>> Let's call it a lock for January.
>> Please send me a title and two-line description for the agenda.
>> Examples here --> <<<http://www.forth.org/svfig/past.html>>>
>> How much time would you like?
>> I'll assume I can echo future correspondence to our email list unless
>> you tell me otherwise. Would you like to subscribe to the chat list
>> or the monthly meeting announcement email or both?
> One hour should do it. Here is the title and content:
> Using the ML1 Compiler for General Purpose ASM Code Generation.
> How to install, understand and use the ML1 macro cross compiler for
> creating a custom language or for creating runtime ML1 software projects.
> 1. History of the ML1 compiler, the ML1 License agreement,
> & how to get and install the compiler in DOS or DOSEMU/Linux.
> 2. Overview of 'how it works', directory structure, macros, functions,
> locality, expressions, subroutines, optimizer, object orientation,
> built in data types, custom types, aliases, code generation,
> assembly, debugging, output files, where things are in the
> ML1 documentation.
> 3. Using the compile time language to customize the items in (2),
> and using the runtime language, control structures,
> including syntax conventions which are global to the compiler
> and common to compile time and runtime.
> 4. How to create code output for almost any CPU, (if time permits).
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