GNU-Friends Interview Mike Haertel
GNU Friends interviews
"When I graduated from St. Olaf, I had decided to work for the GNU project for 2 years, and then go to grad school. In addition to malloc() and sort, I wrote a bytecode interpreter and code generator for GCC. This was a pet project of Richard's. He was very inspired by a commercial product of the time, Saber C. What I had working was pretty cool--interpreted functions could call compiled functions and vice versa."
(Submitted by Noel Fri May 10, 2002 )
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