Yhc/Core conversion infrastructure

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Definition

Yhc Core Conversion Infrastructure is a collection of libraries and tools written mainly in Haskell, and also in other programming languages, aimed at producing of Yhc Core by existing and future Haskell (not excluding possibilities for other languages) compilers, unified optimization and linkage of compiled Yhc Core, and conversion of Yhc Core into executable modules for various runtimes.

Classes of libraries

The infrastructure includes libraries and tools that fall into following classes: front-ends, central Core processing, back-ends, and drivers. The following sections describe the purpose of libraries and tools in each category, and also what exists and/or being developed.

Front ends

Central Core processing

Back ends

Drivers

Historical development