[llvm-commits] CVS: llvm/www/www-index.html

Michael Brukman brukman at cs.uiuc.edu
Wed Apr 30 00:05:03 PDT 2003

Changes in directory llvm/www:

www-index.html updated: 1.23 -> 1.24

Log message:

Cleaned up usage of <em> and </em> to make things consistent.

Diffs of the changes:

Index: llvm/www/www-index.html
diff -u llvm/www/www-index.html:1.23 llvm/www/www-index.html:1.24
--- llvm/www/www-index.html:1.23	Tue Apr 29 21:48:42 2003
+++ llvm/www/www-index.html	Wed Apr 30 00:03:55 2003
@@ -398,7 +398,7 @@
                 research projects in our group. Here are some of
                 the projects currently active:<ul>
                     <li><em><strong>Macroscopic data structure
-                        analysis and transformations</strong></em><em>:</em>
+                        analysis and transformations</strong>:</em>
                         Analyzing and optimizing entire linked
                         data structures, including logical data
                         structure graphs, automatic pool
@@ -406,17 +406,17 @@
                         structures, and transparent pointer
                         compression. </li>
                     <li><em><strong>Runtime optimization on
-                        general-purpose processors</strong></em><em>:
-                        </em>Optimizing native code during
+                        general-purpose processors</strong>:</em>
+                        Optimizing native code during
                         execution, using LLVM-to-native-code
                         mapping information. </li>
                     <li><em><strong>Code safety for embedded
-                        systems</strong></em>: Language and
+                        systems</strong>:</em> Language and
                         compiler support for ensuring memory
                         safety of embedded code through static
-                        analysis</li>
+                        analysis.</li>
                     <li><em><strong>Virtual Processor
-                        Architectures</strong></em>: Using a
+                        Architectures</strong>:</em> Using a
                         virtual instruction set (such as a
                         variant of LLVM) to hide hardware
                         processor architectures (or architectural

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