I think I have linked this before, but perhaps on the Pi Forums?http://www.pp4s.co.uk/main/tu-trans-comp-jc-intro.html
Finally sat down and starting working through the Tuts.
I got up to Parse07 then it clicked, hey this is the code I need for the Steam Punk OS Calculator.
Section IV is Interpreters and Compilers are a bit later, section X on.
I also learned how to generate x86 assembler
er i think it is x86
Plus there is a Tiny IDE http://www.pp4s.co.uk/main/tu-trans-comp-jc-pi-ide.html
But wait there is more, Calculator codehttp://www.pp4s.co.uk/main/tu-trans-interp.html
Had another look, PascalScript is too much for me to chew on, still learning the basics.
There is also the Free Pascal stuff which is now making a bit more sense.
Flc-passrc is already in Ultibo.http://wiki.freepascal.org/Make_your_ow ... n_analyzer
I suspect regexpr may also be useful, what else is already in the Ultibo toolbox of parts?http://wiki.freepascal.org/fcl-base
A bunch of parsers that do???
RTFparser? Hmm RTF fileformat, that will be handy
Might be running out of enough years to learn all this
Of course without Ultibo I would still be trying to figure out stubs, memory registers, threads, mutexes and other horrible stuff
Edit -Still lookinghttps://ultibo.org/wiki/Current_Status
So many pieces in Ultibo, gluing them all together, any Laz/FPC examples?
These libraries don't just magically appear, someone uses them to make stuff.
2+ years into Ultibo and I'm not even close to using all the pieces.