Episode 61: Internals of GCC

Filed in Episodes by on July 6, 2007 4 Comments

Recording Venue:
Guest(s): Morgan Deters
Host(s): Arno
Recording Venue:
Guest(s): Morgan Deters
Host(s): Arno
This show takes a behind-the-scenes look at compilers and their inner workings, using the Gnu compiler collection (GCC) as an example. Arno interview Morgan Deters, covering all steps from the parsing of different programming languages to machine independenet optimizations and generating processor specific binary code.

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  1. kpd says:

    Wow! What an interesting podcast. Thanks so much. I’ve always been intrigued by the gnu compiler collection. Would love to dig through it some day.

  2. jpmuncey says:

    Completely agree with kpd.

    Congratulations to Morgan and Arno for making a very listenable* podcast on a complex subject – really digging into some detail without ever getting lost. No mean feat!

    * It is a real word. I checked ;-)

  3. ArnoHaase says:

    It’s a pleasure to read this kind of feedback ;-)

    - Arno Haase

  4. yinyunyi says:

    How to get it fee?
    I have no money. :)

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