[cfe-dev] Newcomer! (with patch for XFAIL no-outofbounds.c)

Zhongxing Xu xuzhongxing at gmail.com
Thu Apr 1 01:22:41 PDT 2010

The patch looks good to me. Applied in r100099. Thanks Jordy.

2010/4/1 Jordy Rose <jediknil at belkadan.com>

> Hello, all! I'm a Mac OS X programmer, a UC Berkeley CS undergrad, and a
> newcomer to Clang, though much indebted to its faster and lower-memory
> compilations and easy static analysis. I'm very interested in programming
> languages and by extension compilers and analysis tools, but haven't yet
> gotten the chance to work on any real projects in that area.
> I come bearing a small patch for the XFAIL test no-outofbounds.c (allow
> treating single variables as arrays); the idea is to just use the size of
> the atomic type to figure out the length of the "array". Not too hard. All
> tests pass.
> I'm interested in doing Google Summer of Code this summer, and I'd love to
> do a project for Clang. The catch is I don't yet have a solid project idea
> in mind; one of my ideas was a customization scheme similar to what Sam
> Harrington described a week ago.
> (http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/cfe-dev/2010-March/008482.html)
> Hoping to pin down a full proposal by the weekend; yes, I know I'm running
> behind! Anyway, I'm glad to be here and glad to be making a (small)
> contribution to the project.
> Jordy Rose
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