[Haskell-cafe] Compilers book in Haskell
krismicinski at gmail.com
Sun Apr 7 16:40:58 CEST 2013
I disagree about the recommendation for Modern Compiler Design: I
found it to be a pretty good introduction to compiler technology, but
not functional programming with compilers, it's coverage was *very*
By contrast, I can recommend both Compiling with Continuations (the
"standard" text on implementing compilers in functional languages,
using ML as an example), and The Implementation of Functional
Programming Languages .
This topic is covered pretty well in course material scattered
throughout the web, (lots of course with online pdf sets about
implementing functional compilers), but not in a comprehensive fashion
that talks about more complex aspects of compiling functional
languages. Implementing Functional Langauges: a tutorial, is also
excellent and worth a look.
On Sun, Apr 7, 2013 at 4:36 AM, Sergey Bushnyak
<sergey.bushnyak at sigrlami.eu> wrote:
> Books about compilers is rare artifact, in comparison to some technology
> books. It is uncommon to see topics on compilers for functional languages.
> I was surprised, when saw it in "Modern Compiler Design", which I've
> mentioned earlier. "Compiler design" series from Springer maybe reveal
> topics on FL in future as it become more popular. In new books about 1/5 of
> it is about FL, but very basic stuff.
> Кnowledge mostly lies in research papers, occasional articles like "The
> Glasgow Haskell Compiler" in AOSA from creators, and source code :)
>  http://www.aosabook.org/en/ghc.html
> Best regards,
> Sergey Bushnyak
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