[squeak-dev] C++ parser in Smalltalk?
frank-lesser at lesser-software.com
Mon Jun 30 14:01:03 UTC 2008
we did a MSIL to C++ backend in our LSW DotNet Reflection-Browser some years
back. It avoided the need of C++ parser because we decompiled MSIL..
Just curious what it is for ? we introduced Smalltalk deompiler backend just
to increase readability of .NET code for Smalltalkers.
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[mailto:squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Peter
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Subject: Re: [squeak-dev] C++ parser in Smalltalk?
<mailto:peter at smalltalk.org> <peter at smalltalk.org> wrote:
C/C++ to Smalltalk translator anyone?
multiple inheritance, anyone? ;-)
Taking back the base technologies into the fold of Smalltalk Style Systems.
Smalltalk and C were both designed with operating systems in mind.
Unix had the prevailing popular OS design.
Smalltalk Style Systems have the prevailing superior Messaging-Objects
Absorb and transform ALL C/C++ code into something new jettisoning the
current bases in C/C++ with transformations into Smalltalk Style Systems.
Be license aware and appropriate of course.
Just a thought.
Now to try some cool visualizations of large C++ ick. Shivers.
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