ROSE Compiler Framework/Documentation

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ROSE uses a range of materials to document the project.

Static content of ROSE web:

  • ROSE manual: the design, algorithm, and implementation details. Written in LaTeX, the content of the manual can come from published papers. It may contain intense academic citations and math formula.
  • ROSE tutorial: short code examples for tools built on top of ROSE, step-by-step instructions for doing things. Tightly integrated into ROSE's build system so each example is always verified to work with ROSE.
  • Doxygen web reference: class/namespace references of source code


  • This wikibook: non-official, community documentation. Editable by anyone, aimed to supplement official documents and to collect tutorials, FAQ and quick pointers to important topics.