Any good source-to-source compiler guides?

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  • nanopass-framework-scheme

    The new nanopass framework; an embedded DSL for writing compilers in Scheme

  • IU-Fall-2021

    Course web page for Fall 2021.

    This is an answer to your "related" question. Indiana University's course on compilers follows the nanopass approach to compile a subset of Racket to x86. The course notes from last fall, as well as a draft of the instructor's book "Essentials of Compilation", should be available from the course's GitHub repo.

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  • nanopass-framework-racket

    nanopass compiler framework for Racket

  • TypeScript

    TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output.

  • purescript

    A strongly-typed language that compiles to JavaScript

  • rescript-compiler

    The compiler for ReScript.

  • Coconut

    Simple, elegant, Pythonic functional programming.

    - coconut: coconut to python transpiler

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  • janet

    A dynamic language and bytecode vm

    I'm targeting Janet because my starting language shares a lot of commonalities with lisp even though superficially it looks pretty different, and I want something compiled, and I like writing in Schemes and Lisps.

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