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Barry Kelly on how the Delphi Compiler used to be compiled (via: Google Groups)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/10/23

not 100% accurate any more (now that the compiler gets more and more LLVM), but still accurate for most of the x86/x64 parts: Barry Kelly explaining how the Delphi compiler is built.

Some more of his posts.

–jeroen

via: Newbie question: What is the importance for a compiler to be able to compile itself? – Google Groups.

2 Responses to “Barry Kelly on how the Delphi Compiler used to be compiled (via: Google Groups)”

  1. Rick said

    Jeroen,

    My new Delphi blog: http://www.visualdelphi.wordpress.com

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