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Bootstrapping Compilers

In computer science, bootstrapping is the process of writing a compiler (or the S-expression definition of the compiler work on itself through the interpreter.

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3 COMPILER CONSTRUCTION AND BOOTSTRAPPING
3 COMPILER CONSTRUCTION AND BOOTSTRAPPING. By now the reader may have realized that developing translators is a decidedly non-trivial exercise.
T-diagrams
Bootstrapping a Compiler. Write the compiler in its own language (#0). Write a no -frills native compiler (#1).
Bootstrapping a Modelica Compiler aiming at Modelica 4
What does it mean to bootstrap a compiler, and why do it? This paper reports on the . As mentioned, bootstrapping means that a compiler can compile itself.
A Transportable Extendablef Compiler*
The structure of the SIMPL-T compiler and its transportable bootstrap are described.
GCC Front-End Internals
Mar 6, 2011 Figure 1: GCC Infrastructure and IRs. 1.1 Bootstrapping.

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Bootstrapping (compilers) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In computer science, bootstrapping is the process of writing a compiler (or assembler) in the target programming language which it is intended to compile.
Compilers - Chapter 3
3 COMPILER CONSTRUCTION AND BOOTSTRAPPING. By now the reader may have realized that developing translators is a decidedly non-trivial exercise.
The Design of Software (CLOSED) - Bootstrapping a compiler from
How do you bootstrap a compiler from nothing? How are new compilers made? How was the first compiler made?
Bootstrapping Compilers and T-diagrams | eschew it all
Feb 28, 2010 I came across a very nice notation in the book Basics of Compiler Design that greatly clarified the various choices for bootstrapping a compiler.
theory - Bootstrapping a compiler: why? - Stack Overflow
I understand how a language can bootstrap itself, but I haven't been There's a principle called "eating your own dogfood".

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