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[wwwdocs] PATCH for Re: GCC Plugin Announcement; CTraps - Lightweight dynamic analysis for concurrent code


Hi Brandon,

On Wed, 23 Jan 2013, Brandon Lucia wrote:
> I have implemented a GCC plugin that I have found useful for doing
> dynamic program analysis, debugging, and performance tuning in
> concurrent code.
> 
> The plugin is called CTraps, short for Communication Traps.  The main
> idea behind CTraps is that a compiler pass implemented as a GCC plugin
> instruments instructions that access memory locations that might be
> shared between threads.  The instrumentation inserts a function call
> before such accesses.

I added this to our extensions page at https://gcc.gnu.org/extensions.html
per the patch below.

If you have further updates or changes, just advise.

Gerald

PS: The README file on github felt a bit confusing/not as clear as
your e-mail here.


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 tree. Please direct feedback and bug reports to their respective
 maintainers, not our mailing lists.</p>
 
+<h2><a href="https://github.com/blucia0a/CTraps-gcc";>CTraps plugin for GCC</a></h2>
+
+<p>CTraps, short for Communication Traps, adds a compiler pass as
+a plugin that instruments instructions that access memory locations
+that might be shared between threads.  It supports dynamic program
+analysis, debugging, and performance tuning in concurrent code.</p>
+
+
 <h2><a href="http://gcc-melt.org";>GCC MELT</a></h2>
 
 <p>MELT is a high-level <em>domain specific language</em> to ease the


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