Where can I find resources and guides on how to build compiler backends?

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  • ssabook

    Mirror of InriaForge SSABook repository: https://gforge.inria.fr/projects/ssabook/ (was scheduled for retirement at the end of 2020, was still online as of 2021-03, but then gone by 2021-09).

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  • Cwerg

    A systems programming language with a reusable backend

    Cwerg has backend that can be used as JIT and is written with readability in mind. Additional documentation can be found here: https://github.com/robertmuth/Cwerg/tree/master/Docs

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