[LLVMdev] "Name that compiler"
gabor at mac.com
Sat Apr 14 09:19:17 PDT 2007
Here is the patch as per newest rules:
[Gabor-Greifs-Computer:~/Documents] ggreif% diff -u Name.html.orig
--- Name.html.orig 2007-04-14 18:11:19.000000000 +0200
+++ Name.html 2007-04-14 18:10:28.000000000 +0200
@@ -298,12 +298,17 @@
<td>Often refers to diamonds, but historically can mean
any hard, "unbreakable" stone, metal or other substance.
- <tr><td>Gabor Greif</td><th>Otimo</th><td>It is a Portuguese word,
+ <tr><td rowspan="2">Gabor Greif</td><th>Otimo</th><td>It is a
meaning optimal, perfect. It is also different enough from
plain English words
to give a distinguished feel :-) and catch the eyes. The
otimo.org and otimo.info are both available. Last, but not
it is a boon to the several LLVM developers of Portuguese
+ <tr><th><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
+ meaning light (featherweight) in Greek. It is used in
particle physics to refer to
+ very light particles (electrons, muons).<br/>
+ For me it also has the connotations of fastness and
restlessness (in the LLVM sense
+ of post-compile optimization).</td></tr>
</th><td>It can be thought
Am 14.04.2007 um 17:41 schrieb Gabor Greif:
> Looks like people send many names in the contest,
> so shall I do too.
> I propose "Lepton", loosely meaning light (featherweight) in Greek.
> It is used in particle physics to refer to very light particles
> (electrons, muons).
> For me it also has the connotations of fastness and
> restlessness (in the LLVM sense of post-compile
> See more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lepton#Etymology
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