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Optimizing an old interpreted language: where to begin?
reddit.com/r/Compilers | 2021-05-04
Hi all, I've been interested in compiler design and optimization for a long time now, and want to start learning as I work on this language. The language's grammar is defined using Bison, and from there an AST is created. the AST is passed to the codegen system that creates bytecodes from it, which the VM then runs. When I look up optimization Gcc and Clang seem to be the first primary options people look toward for learning, but I have a few issues with that. First, picking out a path forward to begin working on this seems daunting because I'm not sure where to start, and secondly there are so many things those compilers do that I don't actually need to do. I'm looking for some advice on how I can begin learning to make this system better, maybe some resources or just some starting points. The code is here: https://github.com/sorressean/toaststunt