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From: John Max Skaller <skaller@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] example toy compiler in OCAML?
Will Benton wrote:

> Could anyone point me to code for an example toy/small compiler
> (i.e. small enough to understand easily, preferably with ocamlllex and
> ocamlyacc specifications instead of hardcoded lexing/parsing)
> implemented in OCAML?


	http://felix.sourceforge.net

is a Felix -> C++ translator written in Ocaml: I make no
claim as to the quality of the code. However, it isn't
a 'toy'.

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