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# [[/Hacking/]] - how to hack on Yhc
 
# [[/Hacking/]] - how to hack on Yhc
 
#* [[/Porting/]] - how to port Yhc to a new architecture/platform
 
#* [[/Porting/]] - how to port Yhc to a new architecture/platform
#* [[/Yhc/Debug Flags|Debug Flags]] - flags to help debug the compiler
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#* [[/Debug Flags|Debug Flags]] - flags to help debug the compiler
 
# [[/RTS|Runtime System]] - information on the runtime system
 
# [[/RTS|Runtime System]] - information on the runtime system
 
#* [[/RTS/Machine|Machine]] - the virtual machine architecture
 
#* [[/RTS/Machine|Machine]] - the virtual machine architecture

Revision as of 17:12, 2 February 2006

Part of Yhc

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Yhc Logo - York Haskell Compiler

Warning:
This project is by no means finished, and is not useable as a standard Haskell compiler yet. This project is run by 3 York [ex-]students, and is not an official York Uni project.

See the official home page at http://www.cs.york.ac.uk/~ndm/yhc/ (Most of that page will be moved to the wiki over time). The old haskell wiki pages have been moved over.

Yhc Manual

This is the official Yhc manual, feel free to edit it!

  1. Introduction - how to get it, who to contact
    • FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
    • Using Yhc - short tutorial on yhc, yhi, yhe
  2. Options - command line options and environment variables
  3. Building - building yhc from source
  4. Hacking - how to hack on Yhc
    • Porting - how to port Yhc to a new architecture/platform
    • Debug Flags - flags to help debug the compiler
  5. Runtime System - information on the runtime system
  6. API's - API (programmer libraries) we intend to provide
  7. Ideas - these are all for the future