Share mailing lists about general compiler development
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Author:  ~ [ Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:05 am ]
Post subject:  Share mailing lists about general compiler development

I'm trying to find a mailing list about general compiler development which is unspecific to a project, geared to discuss general compiler implementation tricks.

So far I've only found the GCC mailing lists, the Java compiler development ones, and some others about other compilers, but I need a mailing list (or website) where I can discuss my tricks and learn from others, where several projects can be present, but that general tricks are discussed to make the knowledge on those topics more easy to understand.

Mailing lists seem to be the fastest means of getting practical answers within minutes the whole 24 hours a day, where you really need to understand what is happening, but also you can see the discussion process of implementation step by step in a mailing list without additional noise.

That's what I'm looking for a general compiler development mailing list, but I would use any other resource like forums, IRC chat, web chat, personal mail or through a new mailing list about compiler development, anything that can be used to discuss the whole 24 hours time and being able to get constant answers from several genuinely interested people in practice.

Author:  Solar [ Wed Jan 10, 2018 8:31 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Share mailing lists about general compiler development

Anything wrong with the multitude of resources you were provided with (and didn't acknowledge) in various other threads?

Repeating words you have been told already:

Compiler development is a very well-known, well-researched, and well-documented area of computer science. You should check the available material before setting out to discuss ad-hoc ideas you might have come up with.

Until then, anyone pointing you towards a "discussion" resource would be doing said resource a disservice...

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