|Wanted: Beta test sites for Stanford SUIF compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-04-13)|
|From:||email@example.com (Robert S. French)|
|Organization:||Computer Science Department, Stanford University.|
|Date:||Wed, 13 Apr 1994 23:24:33 GMT|
The Stanford SUIF compiler group will be releasing the SUIF compiler to
the public in the near future. The SUIF compiler is a framework for
compiler research that includes various types of support for both
sequential and parallel optimizations. It consists of over 250,000 lines
of C and C++ code.
We are currently looking for people interested in beta-testing the SUIF
software. Such people must be willing to put up with the many
installation problems and software bugs that are sure to show up during
this process. However, we will be eternally grateful, and it will ease
the process of installing the final version. If you are looking for a
final version, please wait and one will be announced.
If you are interested in being a beta-test site, please send e-mail to
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