Dolphin-FEW: an architecture for compilers development, monitoring and use on the web Conference Paper uri icon


  • DOLPHIN is a framework developed to help the construction of high performance, multi-language and retargetable compilers. It is constituted by a set of components, used to build and test new compilers or compiler routines; and by a set of tools, used to access, manage and develop the components. To improve and enlarge the functionalities of the DOLPHIN, several small projects were implemented around the framework, one of them is the DOLPHIN – Front-End for the Web, whose the goal is to build a set of applications to make available via web a set of services related with compilers, namely: an integrated development environment, a system for monitoring and analyze the behavior of the compilation tasks and an environment for the development of compiler components. This article presents the goals, the components and architecture of the DOLPHIN-FEW and the relation between this project and DOLPHIN framework.

publication date

  • January 1, 2003