[LLVMdev] where to start?
echristo at gmail.com
Fri Jan 31 09:41:12 PST 2014
Another good place to look are the README files in various
directories, e.g. lib/Target/X86/README.txt and friends, these usually
contain "someone should fix this some day" sorts of projects. The bug
list is also a reasonable place to start - if lacking in direction or
difficulty level. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask on
the list though :)
On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 7:12 AM, Baoshan Pang <pangbw at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Rento,
> Thanks for your suggestion, it really helpful, I will go through the links
> you have given.
> And if you have any 'dirty' work at hand and want someone to help you to do,
> please let me know, I would be happy to put my hands on.
> On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 9:36 AM, Renato Golin <renato.golin at linaro.org>
>> Hi Baoshan,
>> Firstly, welcome! ;)
>> This is a good place to start: http://llvm.org/OpenProjects.html
>> It might be a bit out-of-date, but you can always ask on the list about a
>> particular project.
>> To get acquainted with the code base, I suggest reading at least:
>> Happy hacking!
>> On 31 January 2014 14:15, Baoshan Pang <pangbw at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I am an experienced compiler engineer, I want to get involved in LLVM but
>>> don't know where I should start with. Can someone give any suggestion for my
>>> situation? I hope can do some easy work at beginning, then do some challenge
>>> work when I am familiar and comfortable with LLVM. I am interested in
>>> optimizations and code generations, but I am open to other areas either.
>>> Any suggestion is welcome, thanks in advance.
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