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The new nanopass framework; an embedded DSL for writing compilers in Scheme

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Nanopass Has Moved

The Nanopass framework for Scheme has moved to its own github group. This one will no longer get updates. You can find the new repo here:

There is also a port of this project to Racket, which you can find at:

Additional information can be found at the nanopass website:

Nanopass Compiler Library

This repositiory contains an R6RS version of the Nanopass Compiler Infrastructure described in [1, 2, 3, 4], along with the beginnings of a test compiler for the library and the rough start to a users guide. The nanopass framework currently supports Chez Scheme, Vicare Scheme, and Ikarus Scheme.

Files               -- this readme file
Acknowledgements        -- thanks to those who have supported the work
Copyright               -- copyright information
TODO                    -- the head of the infinite todo list
LOG                     -- change log for the nanopass framework             -- is a simple wrapper for importing the compiler and 
                           performing a testing run of all of the tests.             -- the main interface to the nanopass compiler library
nanopass.chezscheme.sls -- the nanopass compiler library as a Chez Scheme library group
nanopass/               -- contains the parts that aggregates
tests/                  -- contains a testing compiler along with tests for that
                           compiler and a driver for running the tests
doc/                    -- contains a user guide and developer guide along with a
                           makefile for generating their pdfs with pdflatex
lib/                    -- pre-compiled binaries for use with Petite Chez Scheme
bin/                    -- scripts for managing the pre-compiled binaries

For more information on using the pre-compile binaries, see the file in the lib directory.


[1] A. Keep and R. K. Dybvig. A Nanopass Compiler for Commercial Compiler Development. In ICFP ’13: Proceedings of the 18th ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming, New York, NY, USA, 2013. ACM.

[2] A. Keep. A Nanopass Framework for Commercial Compiler Development. Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, Feb. 2013.

[3] D. Sarkar. Nanopass Compiler Infrastructure. Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, 2008.

[4] D. Sarkar, O. Waddell, and R. K. Dybvig. A nanopass infrastructure for compiler education. In ICFP ’04: Proceedings of the ninth ACM SIGPLAN International Conference on Functional Programming, pages 201–212, New York, NY, USA, 2004. ACM.

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