Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Front Ended

Quick update:

Between 12/14 and 1/14 we managed 90 commits worth of parser and other front end improvements.

rphp-analyzer is now created during the build. This is a new tool just for static analysis, which we're using to help perfect the parser. We can now parse quite a bit of standard PHP5 code, and we've started to port several passes from the phc project into the rphp framework.

We expect basic code generation to find its way back into the build soon!

5 comments:

Thomas Fritz said...

Great work so far! Thanks for your efforts. I am looking forward for my first compiling session of php files! ;)

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Nice information and the feature goal to adopt this great rphp-analyzer during the build and just for static analysis, which we're using to help perfect the parser are as follows:
Highly optimized, JIT or static compiled native binaries, PHP source level analysis and optimization, Rich diagnostics and error messages, Modular design, Clean and easy runtime and extension API, Full unicode support, Latest language features (e.g. PHP5 objects, exceptions, namespaces, lambda functions, etc), Portability, Speed, Security

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