[TUHS] B Source Code

Thorsten Sideboard thorsten.sideb0ard at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 03:01:53 AEST 2017


Ok, so this is slightly tangential - i misappropriated 'BCPL' for a
comic book I'm working on, called Bureau for the Containment of
Programmatic Lifeforms - I gave a talk in London recently entitled
BCPL, which featured Martin Richards, the history of BCPL->C, lots of
drawings of computer scientists including everyone's favorite
curmudgeon Ted Nelson, sci-fi world building comic books, algorithmic
music generation, and trying to bring all of them together into a
project called BCPL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFj8q9awAUY

thor (long time lurker!)



On Mon, Sep 18, 2017 at 2:45 PM, Angelo Papenhoff <aap at papnet.eu> wrote:
> On 12/09/17, Clem Cole wrote:
>> BTW:  Check out:   ybc: a compiler for B <https://github.com/Leushenko/ybc>
>>
>
> I may me a bit late now, but I would also like to add my B compiler, that
> I wrote a few years ago: https://github.com/aap/abc/
> I wasn't able to find another B compiler at the time but wanted to run
> B code just for fun. I was also studying dmr's C compiler so I took a lot
> of inspiration from his code and wrote this (rhe code generation is entirely mine
> though, and terribly inefficient).
> I haven't compiled it in a while and I suspect it's not as portable as
> it should be, but it was only meant as a toy anyway...my first
> parser/compiler/language.
>
> I'm still planning to make it output PDP-6/10 code eventually.
>
> aap


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