[llvm-dev] GSoC: Improve parallelism-aware analyses and optimizations
Johannes Doerfert via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Tue Mar 10 11:07:12 PDT 2020
glad you are interested in working on LLVM!
If you want a small first task that actually affects the same code base
as the project will, take a look at this comment . The OpenMPOpt.cpp
pass has a static member that causes an unused warning in some builds.
Can you resolve this and put a patch for review ? We should talk
about a more exiting small task after :)
On 03/10, Abhay Raj Singh via llvm-dev wrote:
> Greetings everyone,
> I am Abhay Raj Singh, a 2nd-year student at NIT Hamirpur, Bharat(India).
> I am very interested in the project titled "Improve parallelism-aware
> analyses and optimizations"
> I would like to apologize for contacting so late I had midterm examination,
> finished recently.
> I have taken a course on OpenMP from YouTube which was supported by Intel
> I have ~4-5 years of experience with C++ and ~2years with "Modern C++" and
> I have contributed to some C++ projects like:
> C++ Pipes (https://github.com/joboccara/pipes)
> - Added stride feature (https://github.com/joboccara/pipes/pull/24)
> - Optimized code (https://github.com/joboccara/pipes/pull/25)
> - fixed a bug (https://github.com/jarro2783/cxxopts/pull/205)
> Inkscape(my graphics designing software)
> - fixed several bugs and optimized API in the Pull request linked below
> some of my own projects are
> cppm (https://github.com/istenith/cppm)
> CSC19 (https://github.com/istenith/CSC19)
> I believe the reasons I am a fit for this project are:
> - Ability to write generic code
> - Knowledge of internal workings of *C++*, *compilers*, and the
> (ex.TMP, constexpr, RAII, RVO, cache lines, move semantics, undefined
> behaviors, thread-safety, etc.)
> *Which I came to know about, by closely following C++ communities and
> events such as cpplang.slack.com <http://cpplang.slack.com/>, CPPcon, core
> guidelines <https://isocpp.github.io/CppCoreGuidelines/CppCoreGuidelines>.*
> Although, I have already started going through the code base and will soon
> push some bug fixes.
> Can you please suggest how to proceed with this project.
> Thanks and Regards,
> LLVM Developers mailing list
> llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Argonne National Laboratory
Lemont, IL 60439, USA
jdoerfert at anl.gov
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