JIT (Just-in-time) compilers are used to improve the performance of interpreted programs.
Hardware compilers, or synthesis tools, are compilers whose output is a description of a hardware configuration instead of a sequence of instructions. The output of these compilers is for hardware. An example of hardware is a field-programmable gate array (FPGA) or structural application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC).
Compilers are called hardware compilers because the source code they compile effectively controls the final hardware configuration. The result of the compilation is the correct interaction of the internal components of the hardware.
Tools, technologies, and programming languages that we use when developing hardware compilers:
- STL, Boost
- DSL & DSeL
We use the following open source solutions to create bitstreams from HDL files:
- Icarus Verilog
- Odin II
- Berkeley abc
- Arachne PnR
- Icarus Verilog
ShuraCore specializes in implementing new and modern ports: GCC, GDB, GNU libraries, Binutils, LLDB, LLVM utilities, and libraries. In addition, we are engaged in the optimization and adaptation of existing compilers for any hardware platform. Finally, the ShuraCore team provides a full range of services for the development of compilers and interpreters.
The front-end compiler, analyzing the source code, creates an internal representation of
Middle-end compilers are used to optimize and analyze software source code. The
The back-end compiler is responsible for specific optimization for the processor architecture
The MLIR (Multilevel Intermediate View) project is a new approach to building
Hardware compilers, or synthesis tools, are compilers whose output is a description
A virtual machine is a software or hardware system that emulates a
An interpreter is a translator whose task is to perform line-by-line analysis,
HLS (High-Level Synthesis) compilers are used to create digital devices using high-level
The LLVM Project is a collection of modular and reusable compiler and