|The story of ispc|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2018-05-01 23:22:07|
I've decided to write up a little history of ispc, the compiler I wrote when I was at Intel. There's a lot to say, so it'll come out in a series of posts over the next few weeks. While I've tried to get all the details right and properly credit people, this is all from my memory. For anyone who was around at the time, please send an email if you see any factual errors.
The above links to the first part in the series - there's a table of contents for the entire series.
- The desktop belongs to Electron - 2018-05-16
- Our solution for the hell that is filename encoding - 2018-05-04
- A constructive look at the Atari 2600 BASIC cartridge - 2018-04-18
- Wine 3.0 released - 2018-01-18
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