[pypy-dev] C interpreter written in Python, and running CPython on top of PyPy

Timothy Baldridge tbaldridge at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 22:26:09 CET 2012

> OK ... I know the restrictions of TCC. Just an off topic question:  is there> a comparable library interface for gcc or other C compilers ?

You might look into clang(llvm)'s bindings. I know tons of people are
hooking into that these days. For isntance, the people working on the
Qt IDE use clang for source-code analysis. Pretty much the entire
project is divided up into smaller libraries. Plus you also get a
pretty mature C++ parser/compiler. I've been told writing a proper C++
parser is a good way to age prematurely.


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