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Re: [gnu-soc] Automake - Summer of Code - Has any student taken on the "

From: Mathieu Lirzin
Subject: Re: [gnu-soc] Automake - Summer of Code - Has any student taken on the "Parse using an Abstract Syntax Tree" project?
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 15:33:38 +0100
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Hello Khuong,

luukh <address@hidden> writes:

> I'm a Junior student in Computer Science at Oregon State University,
> US.
> This afternoon, I just heard about this project from my Compiler class
> instructor which I just finished, so I'm totally aware that I'm very
> late to the party.

Just out of curiosity who is your instructor? :-)

> I'm interested in the project "Parse using an Abstract
> Syntax Tree". I have 2 questions:
> 1 Has any student has proposed or taken on this project yet?

Yes there is already 2 candidates, but project attribution will made
after the deadline which is set to March, 27.

> 2 If there has been, should I or am I allowed to propose/apply to this
> project?

Yes you can still apply.

> Once I receive a "yes" from you, I will start writing the proposal
> immediately and finished it in a day for you to revise.
> A brief related technical background about me: 
> * Since I have just finished a course in Compiler at my university, I
> have a basic understanding of Compiler phase. I have implemented a
> parser for a subset of syntax of Python that generates an Abstract
> Syntax tree from the source file as well as using GraphViz to
> visualize it. Here is the link to this project on Github.
> * I'm also in progress of completing the rest of the project, which is
> generating LLVM IR representing the Python source program, then run
> some optimizations on that IR before using it to generate object code
> for a target machine.
> * I have skills in Data Structure, Algorithm Analysis, intermediate
> level in C/C++, and a basic understanding of Unix/Linux operating
> system.
> * I don't have experience in Perl but I'm can pick it up quickly on
> the project.
> * Here is my Github profile.

Looks interesting, Make sure to include those information in your
proposal draft.  You can send this draft only to <address@hidden> and
drop <address@hidden> from the Cc.


Mathieu Lirzin
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