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Re: New Here at Hurd-Dev

From: Anurag Ghosh
Subject: Re: New Here at Hurd-Dev
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2015 03:13:34 +0530 (IST)


Apologies. I have tried to use some of the translators, read some of the 
documents provided on the page. I was thinking that trying to write something 
would be a better way to learn. I will go through the presentations carefully.  


Anurag Ghosh(xel_1792)
Sophomore Year, IIIT-H

----- Original Message -----
From: "Samuel Thibault" <samuel.thibault@gnu.org>
To: "Anurag Ghosh" <anurag.ghosh@research.iiit.ac.in>
Cc: bug-hurd@gnu.org
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 3:00:38 AM
Subject: Re: New Here at Hurd-Dev

Please always keep the mailing list in Cc, so you optimize the chance of getting
a complete answer in a minimized time.  Otherwise, you run the risk of either
get a terse answer, or have to wait (possibly long) that I have time to provide
a lengthier answer (or simply that I come back from vacations...)

Anurag Ghosh, le Thu 26 Feb 2015 02:32:45 +0530, a écrit :
> Which one would be easier to delve into ? I have a slight experience with 
> locking primitives, writing linux kernel syscalls.

You may want to check out the slides of my fosdem presentation
which presents some of these small hacks.  The valgrind hack is actually
not small, as shown by last year's GSoC :)

> I was looking through the small hacks and I couldn't understand some,

Did you first get familiar with the system?  It is really important to
understand what translators are, before being able to understand most of
these small hacks.


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