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Implementing a LLVM Micro C compiler in Haskell
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jun 2021
This is amazing. I tried following Stephen Diehl's JIT compiler in LLVM tutorial a few years ago but it was already outdated (the llvm-hs library changed quite a bit), and subsequent web searches didn't turn up much.
For those interested in tutorials like this, I'd also recommend a very literate Haskell compiler for the PCF language to C, which is essentially lambda calculus with some primitives.
What are some alternatives?
idris - A Dependently Typed Functional Programming Language
hyper-haskell-server - The strongly hyped Haskell interpreter.
core-compiler - compile your own functional language
binaryen - DEPRECATED in favor of ghc wasm backend, see https://www.tweag.io/blog/2022-11-22-wasm-backend-merged-in-ghc
dhall - Maintainable configuration files
uu-cco - Tools for the CCO (Compiler Construction) course at the UU (Utrecht University)
hackager - Tool to test GHC against all of Hackage
ajhc - A fork of jhc. And also a Haskell compiler.