🔌 MLComp - Programming Languages - CS370 Project 🛠
MLComp is a Compiler and Type Inference System for a subset of Standard ML called Small. Programming Languages - CS 370 class project.
MLComp is a Compiler and Type Inference System for a subset of Standard ML called Small.
The Final project was to complete the code generation and type checking for the following tests from the MLComp directory:
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MLComp is a compiler for the Small language. Small is a subset of Standard ML with a few additional function that may be called. This compiler is written in Standard ML and targets the CoCo Virtual Machine. The code provided here is a partial implementation of the compiler, serving as a starting point for student working in the text "Fundamentals of Programming Languages" by Kent D. Lee and published by Springer. This code is free for educational use. Any derivation of this code for commercial purposes must be license by Kent Lee. All code in this project (c) 2014, 2017 by Kent D. Lee, All Rights Reserved.
The project requires Standard ML of New Jersey be installed, SWI Prolog, and the CoCo or JCoCo virtual machine. Once these three platforms are installed the project can be compiled and run with these commands.
% mlcomp test0.sml
The project consists of both a compiler and a type checker. The compiler is written in Standard ML and targets the CoCo virtual machine. The type checker is written in Prolog and implements the Standard ML type inference system. The call to the type checker is initially commented out in the mlcomp script. When beginning to work with the type checker un-comment the two lines that call the type checker in the mlcomp compiler script.
Additional tests are found in this directory. Some will work right away, others require the compiler be extended to support them.
Any questions can be directed to email@example.com.