Alia is a programming language I created. It's syntax resembles C. It has a compiler for x64 and MIPS assembly. Additionally, it can be compiled down to LLVM bitcode, which in turn can be compiled for any architecture.
In addition, Alia includes an interpreter and a hefty test coverage.
For of the documentation of implementation and language specification, see Alia repository
- GDB assembly debugger
- MARS (MIPS Assembler and Runtime Simulator)
Besides the compiler construction related knowledge, I learned that GDB can also be used as an assembly debugger.
In addition, working on the compiler for half a year showed me the value of code quality and code refactoring as those impact developer experience and software stability down the line.