OpenBSD Journal

Diving into Gcc: OpenBSD and m88k

Contributed by jose on from the fixing-problems dept. was one of many to write: "This OnLamp article by Miod Vallat describes how the m88k-specific backend of the GNU C compiler, gcc, was fixed , from the discovery and analysis of the problems to the real fixing work. Since it started with almost zero gcc internals knowledge, it should be understandable by anyone able to read C code, and proves that diving into gcc is not as hard as one could imagine."

A pretty interesting read, even if you don't get all of the subtle nuances. Well done, Miod.

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