Rogério Reis

Err and err and err again, but less and less and less.


Thanks are due:

  • students of the Computer Science Department, Faculty of Science, University of Porto.
  • colleges that teached Apoo as a first assembly language, namelly José Paulo Leal, Sabine Broda, Luís Damas, Álvaro Figueira, Luís Antunes and Ricardo Lopes.
  • Luís Damas for an executable version of Apoo 1.0 for Windows
  • Mário Florido for using Apoo as target assembly language in a Compilers course; suggestions for providing input/ouput and activation records.
  • Marco Almeida, Miguel Silva and Cláudio Amaral for the implementation of small compilers for subsets of imperative languages to Apoo; and for providing us some sample examples.
  • Pedro Vasconcelos for the Apoo32 virtual machine; some new pseudo-instructions and vpu instructions.
  • Norberto Lopes and Hugo Serrano for comments and preliminary versions of new graphical interfaces.
  • Ricardo Cruz for the Apoo Interface based on pygtk.
  • Nick Shaforostoff for basing his project in Apoo.