Perry E. Metzger <perry <at>> writes:

> CompCert is a fine counterexample, a formally verified C compiler:
> It works by having a formal spec for C, and a formal spec for the
> machine language output. The theorem they prove is that the

The claim of CompCert being a formally verified C compiler is wildly overstated:

It is a good start, but they still have lots of work to do.

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