[Oberon] Procedure variables and local procedures
joerg.straube at iaeth.ch
Sun Oct 1 02:18:04 CEST 2017
Exactly the fact that complier construction has to be done and redone again and again whenever there is a new CPU out there, led to the fact to design an own CPU.
With ProjectOberon NW designed a CPU easy enough to understand and implement in FPGA and a compiler generating code for it.
In my point of view, Instead of adapting the compiler and OS, we could write emulators for the RISC5 CPU or adapt the Verilog to other FPGAs.
> Am 01.10.2017 um 01:32 schrieb Skulski, Wojciech <skulski at pas.rochester.edu>:
>> I believe that paragraph leads to a better understanding of the fact that
>> Oberon-07 (by Wirth) is not Oberon-2- or whatever successor of Oberon-2 some
>> might think it to be.
> The greatest tribute to all the mentioned Professors would be a strong community of developers using their languages.
> In order for this to happen, the most useful features need to be available, rather than discarded. I mean Oberon-2 as well as Component Pascal.
> I am hoping to see Oberon-2 as well as Component Pascal compiler running on a variety of processors, including RISC5. This would be a living monument of all the giants who helped developed these pinnacles of programming languages.
> Just my two Swiss francs, as they say in Europe.
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