DisIRer: Converting a retargetable compiler into a multiplatform binary translator

@article{Hwang2010DisIRerCA,
  title={DisIRer: Converting a retargetable compiler into a multiplatform binary translator},
  author={Yuan-Shin Hwang and Tzong-Yen Lin and Rong-Guey Chang},
  journal={TACO},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={18:1-18:36}
}
This article proposes an alternative yet effective way of constructing a multiplatform binary translator, by converting a retargetable compiler into a binary translator. The rationale is that a retargetable compiler usually parses source programs into an Intermediate Representation (IR), and then translates IR into object code of different targets after performing analysis and optimizations. Specifically, the mechanism of code generation for multiple platforms from IR is already in place, and… CONTINUE READING

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