Rust libraries to build a compiler for my language?

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  • rust-langdev

    Language development libraries for Rust

  • cranelift-jit-demo

    JIT compiler and runtime for a toy language, using Cranelift

    JITs are somehow more tricky and differ in the a few points including: a) Codegen is much more time critical. b) JITs must know what's allready generated and what isn't. c) JITs often rely on informations only generated at runtime and must respond to that. See here for a JIT example witten with cranelift: https://github.com/bytecodealliance/cranelift-jit-demo.

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  • HVM

    A massively parallel, optimal functional runtime in Rust

    High-order Virtual Machine (HVM) is a pure functional compile target that is lazy, non-garbage-collected and massively parallel.

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