|Looking for a compiler project to join email@example.com (2009-04-01)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler project to join firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel Kraft) (2009-04-04)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler project to join email@example.com (Paul Biggar) (2009-04-04)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler project to join firstname.lastname@example.org (rkiesling) (2009-04-05)|
|Re: Looking for a compiler project to join email@example.com (Christof Meerwald) (2009-04-06)|
|Looking for a compiler project to join firstname.lastname@example.org (Mike Kucera) (2009-04-06)|
|From:||Daniel Kraft <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Sat, 04 Apr 2009 16:05:29 +0200|
|Organization:||Tele2UTA Telecommunications GmbH|
|Posted-Date:||04 Apr 2009 11:09:09 EDT|
> I'm interested in joining an on going compiler development project
> (like an open source project or otherwise), whether a new language or
> traditional one, it doesn't really matter much to me. As long as I can
> get some experience working on an significant size of the project
> (other than just bug fixes that is).
that may not be exactly "working on a significant size of the project",
but you could look at gfortran (the GCC's Fortran front-end, see
http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortran); we're currently in the process of
implementing the new Fortran 2003 and 2008 standards, and this means
there's a lot of implementing new features work to do (and not just bug
fixing); and we're of course appreciating any help we can get.
So maybe this can be interesting for you... We'd be happy if you would
give it a try (or look if it is really something you could enjoy)!
To go: Hea-Kni-Mon-Pri
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