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Bootstrapping (compilers)
In computer science, bootstrapping is the technique for producing a self-compiling compiler — that is, compiler (or assembler) written in the source programming
Bootstrapping (disambiguation)
particle physics Bootstrapping (compilers), the process of writing a compiler in the programming language it is intended to compile Bootstrapping (electronics)
Bootstrapping
installs other prerequisites for the software during the bootstrapping process. A bootstrapping node, also known as a rendezvous host, is a node in an overlay
Self-hosting
not open source, there is no "self hosting" alternative. Bootstrapping (compilers) Cross compiler Dogfooding Futamura projection Self-interpreter Self reference
Compiler-compiler
metalanguage, compiling itself is equivalent to self-hosting compiler. Most common compilers written today are Self-hosting compilers. Self-hosting is
Tombstone diagram
found[where?] describing complicated processes for bootstrapping, porting, and self-compiling of compilers, interpreters, and macro-processors.T-diagrams
Jikes RVM
Jikes List of Java virtual machines Free Java implementations Bootstrapping (compilers) Self-hosting Self-interpreter PyPy (Python implementation in Python)
PyPy
software portal Python programming portal Computer programming portal Bootstrapping (compilers) Cython GraalVM Partial evaluation Psyco Self-hosting Self-interpreter
Cross compiler
cross compiler could generate an executable for each of them from one main source. Cross compilers are distinct from source-to-source compilers. A cross
Porting
which compilers for many platforms are generally available. Two activities related to (but distinct from) porting are emulating and cross-compiling. Instead