[Mono-list] [Fwd: GCC .NET]

Miguel de Icaza miguel@ximian.com
10 Feb 2003 13:41:40 -0500

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Hello guys,

   This is an interesting mail, I forgot to send it here.


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I have recently implemented a simple GCC backend that targets CIL 
assembler. I have put my source code and information on the web at

It's really at a preliminary stage at the moment, but I would be grateful 
for any advice you could give me.