On Wed, 7 Jun 2000, Chandrasekhar Murthy wrote:
> whirl2c and whirl2f were both meant as tools to help the developers look
> at the transformations done during the optimization phases.
> Some of the reasons why you might not be able to compile are as follows
> 1. We have made changes to our IR (WHIRL) which might not be fully
> supported in whirl2c/whirl2f
Then, whirl2c/whirl2f should be changed too ...
> 2. Certain features such as nested functions, attribute
> might not be handled correctly.
That is OK. If generated code can be compiled by another compiler
such as GNU C, that is good enough.