If I am right, I think they should probably be merged into one tag. If not, then they should probably be given descriptions that distinguish them from each other.
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I went through the 23 questions tagged
il not obviously about CIL and only found 3 that weren't about CIL after all (typo for
<li>, intermediate language, RDF). That leaves 211 il questions that are about CIL. My suggestion:
- Merge il into cil (this is a moderator action).
- Remove the il synonym: cil is one whole character longer. (Again, this is a moderator action.)
And yes, intermediate-language is about the general concept of an intermediate language in compiler design and must be kept separate.