This article is from the Amiga Books FAQ, by Marc Atkin with numerous contributions by others.
o Alfred V. Aho, Ravi Sethi, and Jeffrey D. Ullman: Compilers, Principles, Tools, and Techniques Addison Wesley, 1986. ISBN 0-201-10194-7 (paperback)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Jewell), 9 Mar 1994: "Plenty of information about different methods of compiler construction, and how to put compilers together. Designed as a first course in compiler writing."
o Allen I. Holub: Compiler Design in C Prentice Hall , 1990. ISBN 0-13-155151-5 (paperback)
email@example.com (Paul Jewell), 9 Mar 1994: "Excellent (IMHO) book containing detailed source code of a C compiler, with hints and tips on how to optimise the compiler both in terms of operation, and efficiency of code generated. [...] well worth the investment."
o Niklaus Wirth, Joerg Gutknecht: Project Oberon. The Design of an Operating System and Compiler. Addison-Wesley , 1992. ISBN 0-201-54428-8 (hardback)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank Copeland), 12 Mar 1994: "I paid AUS 44.95, a good price for this class of book here. It describes in detail the design and implementation of an entire operating system and includes the complete source code of a compiler for the Oberon language (a descendant of Pascal and Modula-2). The code generated is for a family of processors reasonably similar to the Amiga's MC68K processors. Even if you are not interested in the language, it provides an example of a working compiler, which the Aho, etc. book at least does not."
o Patrick D. Terry: Programming Language Translation Addison-Wesley , 1986. ISBN 0-201-18040-5. 433 pages