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README.rst

EDDI Compiler 1.2.3

The compiler of the EDDI programming language.

This compiler outputs code for Intel X86 platform. It supports both 32 and 64 bits architecture. Only Linux is supported for now.

Building

A compiler supporting the new C++ standard, C++11, is necessary to build the compiler. The compilation should work fine with GCC 4.9+ and Clang 3.4+. It has not been tested on Windows. You need Boost 1.59.0 or superior installed on your computer to build this project.

You juste have to use CMake to build the compiler:

$ git clone git://github.com/wichtounet/eddic.git
$ cd eddic
$ make release

Usage

You can compile an EDDI source file using the compiler easily. For example, with one of the provided sample:

$ cd eddic
$ ./bin/eddic samples/assembly.eddi

That will create a "a.out" file in the current folder. You can then run this file as any other executable on your computer:

$ ./a.out

For other options, refer to the help usage of the executable:

$ ./bin/eddic --help

Contributors

Read AUTHORS

Release Notes

Read ChangeLog

Contribute

The project is open for any kind of contribution : ideas, new features, hotfixes, tests, ...

If you want to contribute to this project, you can contact me by email or via my website.

If you want to support the development of this project, you donate via Pledgie. Thank you !

More informations

You can find more informations about this project, on the `website http://baptiste-wicht.com/>`_.

Troubleshooting

Please consider using Github issues tracker to submit bug reports or feature requests. You can also contact me via my website.

License

This project is distributed under the MIT License. Read LICENSE for details.