[Haskell] ANNOUNCE: Harpy -- run-time code generation library

Bas van Dijk v.dijk.bas at gmail.com
Fri May 11 06:44:16 EDT 2007

Very nice!

Regarding the use of labels, did you consider using "circular
programming with recursive do" to define and reference labels like in:

Russell O'Connor, Assembly: Circular Programming with Recursive do

The advantage of that technique is that you don't have to create a
bunch of labels at the start of your assembly-program. You just define
them at the place where you need them. Using recursive do notation you
can even reference (jmp) to labels _before_ you define them!


Bas van Dijk

On 5/11/07, Dirk Kleeblatt <klee at cs.tu-berlin.de> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> we're pleased to announce the first release of Harpy.
> Harpy is a library for run-time code generation of x86 machine code.
> It provides not only a low level interface to code generation
> operations, but also a convenient domain specific language for machine
> code fragments, a collection of code generation combinators and a
> disassembler.
> Harpy homepage:
>     http://uebb.cs.tu-berlin.de/harpy/
> Kind regards,
>     Martin Grabmüller and Dirk Kleeblatt
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