Links related to the PL/x programming languages: PL/I, PL/M, and many others.

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Dave Bodenstab's Home Page
The XPL compiler and supporting programs, ported to FreeBSD on an Intel 486.
The GNU 64-bit PL8 compiler
IBM research report describing the extension of PL8 to support 64-bit addressing, its implementation as a GCC front end, and the validation of the new compiler. Evaluation of PL8 as a language for highly reliable low-level programming.
Guide to PL/S II
IBM manual describing the syntax of the PL/S Language. [PDF]
Lessons from PL.8
Discussion of internals of the PL.8 compiler. Language features and techniques supporting optimization. From Rice University. [PDF]
An Overview of the PL.8 Compiler
Description of the internal operation of the IBM PL.8 compiler by Marc Auslander and Martin Hopkins. [pdf]
PL-6 manual : CP-6 Introduction to PL-6
A beginner's guide to the PL-6 programming language (1988). [PDF]
PLUM: The University of Maryland PL/1 System
Description of the structure of the PLUM compiler and runtime memory layout. [PDF]
Space Shuttle Computers
HAL/S compiler system specification, manuals, language specification, programmer's guide, and HAL/S-FC users' manual.
Wikipedia: HAL/S
Description of the design goals, syntax, and data types of HAL//S.
Wikipedia: PL/S
Brief history of PL/S with links to documentation.
Wikipedia: SabreTalk
Encyclopedia article with brief description, history, and example of SabreTalk.
Wikipedia: XPL
Encyclopedia article containing brief history of XPL, references, and bibliography.
XPL Programming Language
One of the original "compiler compilers", XPL is a derivative of PL/I and was widely ported. Documentation, links, and resources.
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