A light-weight compiler backend
Sorry, I should have been more clear: The Cwerg IR is a RISC like virtual instructution set. I am trying to enrich it with atomic operations so that inline assembly can be avoided as much as possible. Keeping the size of the IR small is a higher priority than performance of the generated code.
Comparing Two Intermediate Languages
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Update: Extended Basic Blocks, Superblocks, Hyperblocks, Interval Blocks
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How useful is thread local storage (TLS)
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Cwerg can now emit x86-64 instructions
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Do We Really Need A Link Step?
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