GNU/Liberty Basic Compiler Collection

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The Official Shoptalk Systems Liberty Basic Site
The official home of the original Liberty Basic programming language.  This is a great resource for any Liberty Basic programmer.  This site also contains a wonderful IDE, Debugger, Interpretter, and WYSIWYG editor for Liberty Basic.
GLBCC Users Yahoo! Group
This site is the home of a Yahoo! users group geared towards users of GLBCC. This is a good place to start looking for answers to unanswered questions about how to use GLBCC.
The GNU Homepage
If you haven't heard of GNU, then you should really take a minute to check out this site.  This is probably the most honorably and influential project of the past twenty years.
The GNU GCC Homepage
This is a direct link to the GNU GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) homepage.  This is an amazing compiler framework that supports a ton of programming languages on a wide variety of platforms.  The GLBCC project actually uses a good bit of tools from this project to compile executables.  It is by far, the best C/C++ out there, along with a compiler framework which has no peer.
GCC Front Ends
This is a link to the offical list of GCC Front Ends. It also has a lot of very useful links and is a great place to start looking for info on writing a GCC Front End.
Writing a Compiler Front End
A wonderfully informative document on how to add a new language to GCC written by the COBOL for GCC designers. I read it all in one sitting it was so interesting and plan to use it as the blue print for implementing the LB GCC Front End.
A Compact Guide to Lex & Yacc
A great paper on using Lex and Yacc to write a compiler. Very informative and very well written. Another document read in one sitting. The topic is presented in a very organized manner and uses a progressive example to demonstrate how to use the two tools.
MinGW: Minimalist GNU For Windows
MinGW ("Minimalistic GNU for Windows") refers to a set of runtime headers, used in building a compiler system based on the GNU GCC and binutils projects. It compiles and links code to be run on Win32 platforms... providing C, C++ and Fortran compilers plus other related tools.

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