[Mono-list] Might Have Found A Way To Get GCC .NET !

Juli Mallett jmallett@FreeBSD.ORG
Fri, 23 Aug 2002 00:54:38 -0700

* De: Cyber Wiz <cyber_wiz31@hotmail.com> [ Data: 2002-08-22 ]
	[ Subjecte: [Mono-list] Might Have Found A Way To Get GCC .NET ! ]
> Hey,
> sorry i've been so inactive latley but i've been reaqlly busy any way i 
> found a project in sourceforge called jilc Java ByteCode to IL compiler!!!
> So i'm thinkin mono adopts this project as an IL backend and then modifies 
> G++ and all the other gcc front ends to emit output compatible with the gcj 
> alternative (compile to bytecode) backend then use jilc on the bytecode 
> programs and voila!
> Though mono would have to modify g++ to accept Managed Extensions
> and modify gcj and jilc to accept embedding machine code (as an option to do 
> things like M$ Managed c++)
> C-YA
> CyberWiz
Ey Wiz!

Well, what you actually want to look at doing is making the TenDRA compiler
produce CIL instead of ANDF/TDF, or write a TDF producer for CIL, both of
which are pretty darn trivial.  This would allow you to compile most C/C++
that didn't use inline (machine)assembly.


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