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      I have been working on making Myrddin use this as a backend. There are still a number of things that i think need work (debug info, inlining, symbol dedup are ones I want), but overall it is very nice to use.

      Someone has also been writing a C compiler using it: https://github.com/andrewchambers/qc

      Overall rating: A+, would buy again.

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        I’m tempted to make a toy language with it, yes.

        Thought it looked pretty neat though, wondered what people’s thoughts on it were.

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            That’s what I was hoping for!

            I’m not that keen on using LLVM, it has so much and I’m hoping to be able to understand what is happening (to at least a reasonable degree), rather than just using some sort of magic black box.

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