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Re: Getting ready to merge AddressSanitizer into trunk


On 10/29/2012 12:07 PM, Dodji Seketeli wrote:
* [Testing]

It seems like we still lack a (good) test harness for asan.  Most (if
not all) of the patches we sent were tested by inspecting the gimple
and assembly output on testing some random input files.

So has anyone run this asan implementation on stronger inputs like
spec & co?

In any case, after 4.8 (or even after stage1) I guess we'll seriously
need to have a DejaGNU compatible test harness for asan.
Yea, a dejagnu compatible testing framework would definitively be a good thing. It's going to be much harder for folks not familiar with asan keep their patches from breaking asan without a testsuite.



* [Runtime library]


What are the remaining blocking issues holding us back from having the
runtime library be copied verbatim from its LLVM home to the GCC tree,
and been synced regularly starting from there?
I think this is (has?) working its way through the steering committee; there were some minor changes we've asked to be made upstream, but I don't see anything significant standing in the way right now.


Assuming all these topics gets consensus, I guess someone needs to submit a set of logical patches representing the changes that happened on the branch, for the official review of the branch prior to the stage1 closing date. I can help with doing that if no-ones steps up, but then I'll need help from the various committers on the branch to address the comments that will arise during the review.

What do you think?
Seems reasonable. I can't think of a reason why that process couldn't start now.

jeff


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