F# translation of Jack Crenshaw's Pascal code from his article, "Let's Build A Compiler".
This code is not idiomatic F#. That may change in the future, but for the time being I'm translating Crenshaw's Pascal in a fairly literal way.
Start by running the tests. Note because Visual Studio's support for tests in F# is lousy, you must do a build (F6) before running the tests! Running the tests won't implicitly update the assembly used by the test runner!
So do a build and then run all tests in the solution.
You can also use the compiler interactively. Run the project Lbac.Compiler and it will compile as you type.
Finally, you can run non-interactively, using files:
> copy con > Foo.txt 1+2 ^C > Lbac.Compiler -i Foo.txt -o Bar.exe
This produces a console application which returns the result (3!).
Crenshaw's Pascal and text is Copyright (C) 1988 by Jack W. Crenshaw. All rights reserved. I haven't included any of his material here directly, but it was the basis for this series.
My F# code and comments are Copyright 2011 by Craig Stuntz. You may use this code under terms of the MIT license. See License.txt.