--- In GPCP@yahoogroups.com
, "tc_tal" <tamarcro@...> wrote:
> Thanks a lot!
> If by "documentation" you reffering to Oberon-Mycrosystems' report, we found nothing about libraries there.
> We're using GPCP anyway, so I guess .NET would do.
Download and install the evaluation version of our Component Pascal IDE (CPIDE).
The distribution includes a number of working basic file reading / writing and directory access source code examples included that are described here:
> The course is "Programming languages principles". Each couple of students has to work with another programming language... the idea is that any computable problem can be computed in any language.
> In the end we will write dummy-compiler for dummy-platform-language named Jack using the languague we got (in our case it's Component Pascal.)
Great choice! Component Pascal is an excellent language to use for writing a compiler. As well as being the languageused to write the GPCP compiler - we currently use it for the development of our Cortex-M3 and ARM Oberon compilers in Astrobe. Download a copy of Niklaus Wirth's Compiler Construction book if you haven't got it already - you will find it very useful: