This page is intended to list all current compilers, compiler generators, interpreters, translators, tool foundations, assemblers, automatable command line interfaces (shells), etc.

Ada compilers

ALGOL 60 compilers

ALGOL 68 compilers

cf. ALGOL 68s specification and implementation timeline

Assemblers (Intel *86)

Assemblers (Motorola 68*)

Assemblers (Zilog Z80)

Assemblers (other)

BASIC compilers

BASIC interpreters

Batch compilers

C compilers


Source-to-source compilers

This list is incomplete. A more extensive list of source-to-source compilers can be found here.

C++ compilers

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C# compilers

COBOL compilers

Common Lisp compilers

D compilers

DIBOL/DBL compilers

ECMAScript interpreters

Eiffel compilers

Fortran compilers

Go compilers

Haskell compilers

Java compilers

Pascal compilers

Perl Interpreters

PHP compilers

PL/I compilers

Python compilers and interpreters

Smalltalk compilers

Tcl Interpreters

VMS Interpreters

Rexx Interpreters

CLI compilers

Open source compilers

Production quality, open source compilers. * Amsterdam Compiler Kit (ACK) , Pascal, Modula-2, Occam, and BASICnix-like* Clang C/C++/Objective-C Compiler * AMD Optimizing C/C++ Compiler * FreeBASIC asicOS/Linux/Windows* Free Pascal ascalOS/Linux/Windows(32/64/CE)/MacOS/NDS/GBA/..(and many more)* GCC: C, C++ (G++), Java (GCJ), Ada (GNAT), Objective-C, Objective-C++, Fortran (GFortran), and Go (GCCGo); also available, but not in standard are: Modula-2, Modula-3, Pascal, PL/I, D, Mercury, VHDL; Linux, the BSDs, OS X, NeXTSTEP, Windows and BeOS, among others * Local C compiler inux, SPARC, MIPS* The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure which is also frequently used for research * Portable C Compiler nix-like* Open Watcom , C++, and Fortranindows and OS/2, Linux/FreeBSD WIP* TenDRA /C++nix-like* Tiny C Compiler inux, Windows* Open64, supported by AMD on Linux. * XPL PL/I dialect (several systems) *Swift pple OSes, Linux, Windows (as of version 5.3)

Research compilers

Research compilers are mostly not robust or complete enough to handle real, large applications. They are used mostly for fast prototyping new language features and new optimizations in research areas. * Open64: A popular research compiler. Open64 merges the open source changes from the PathScale compiler mentioned. * ROSE: an open source compiler framework to generate source-to-source analyzers and translators for C/C++ and Fortran, developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory * MILEPOST GCC: interactive plugin-based open-source research compiler that combines the strength of GCC and the flexibility of the common Interactive Compilation Interface that transforms production compilers into interactive research toolsets. * Interactive Compilation Interface - a plugin system with high-level API to transform production-quality compilers such as GCC into powerful and stable research infrastructure while avoiding developing new research compilers from scratch * Phoenix optimization and analysis framework by Microsoft * Edison Design Group: provides production-quality front end compilers for C, C++, and Java (a number of the compilers listed on this page use front end source code from Edison Design Group). Additionally, Edison Design Group makes their proprietary software available for research uses.

See also

* Compiler * Comparison of integrated development environments




External links

List of C++ compilers
maintained by C++'s inventor, Bjarne Stroustrup
List of free C/C++ compilers and interpreters

List of compiler resources

CCS C compiler

MikroC C compiler

NAG Fortran compiler

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