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This page has the individual papers and slides for the [[http://gccsummit.org/2010/][GCC Summit 2010]]. If you notice anything missing or out of date, please drop me a note at dnovillo@google.com This page has the individual papers and slides for the [[http://gccsummit.org/2010/|GCC Summit 2010]]. If you notice anything missing or out of date, please drop me a note at dnovillo@google.com
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MEM-REF and beyond - desired changes to the GIMPLE IL
Richard Guenther, SUSE
 * [[attachment:guenther.pdf|MEM-REF and beyond - desired changes to the GIMPLE IL]]
   Richard Günther, SUSE
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Optimizing real world applicatoins with GCC LTO
Jan Hubicka, SUSE CR
 * [[attachment:hubicka.pdf|Optimizing real world applicatoins with GCC LTO]]
   Jan Hubicka, SUSE CR
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The new intraprocedural Scalar Replacement of Aggregates
Martin Jambor, SUSE Linux
 * [[attachment:jambor.pdf|The new intraprocedural Scalar Replacement of Aggregates]]
   Martin Jambor, SUSE Linux
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Improving debug info for optimized away parameters
Jakub Jelínek, Red Hat, Inc.
 * [[attachment:jelinek.pdf|Improving debug info for optimized away parameters]]
   Jakub Jelínek, Red Hat, Inc.
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Real-time debugging using GDB Tracepoints
Marc Khouzam, Ericsson
 * [[attachment:khouzam1.pdf|Real-time debugging using GDB Tracepoints]]
   Marc Khouzam, Ericsson
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Advanced Tracing Features using GDB and LTTng
Marc Khouzam, Ericsson
 * [[attachment:khouzam2.pdf|Advanced Tracing Features using GDB and LTTng]]
   Marc Khouzam, Ericsson
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Consistent Views at Recommended Breakpoints
Alexandre Oliva, Red Hat, Inc
 * [[attachment:oliva.pdf|Consistent Views at Recommended Breakpoints]]
   Alexandre Oliva, Red Hat, Inc
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Improving GCC's auto-vectorization with if-conversion and loop flattening
Sebastian Pop, Advanced Micro Devices
 * [[attachment:pop.pdf|Improving GCC's auto-vectorization with if-conversion and loop flattening]]
   Sebastian Pop, Advanced Micro Devices
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Exposing Difficult Compilers Bugs With Random Testing
John Regehr, University of Utah
 * [[attachment:regehr.pdf|Exposing Difficult Compilers Bugs With Random Testing]]
   John Regehr, University of Utah
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GDB Tracepoints: From Prototype to Production
Stan Shebs, CodeSourcery
 * [[attachment:shebs.pdf|GDB Tracepoints: From Prototype to Production]]
   Stan Shebs, CodeSourcery
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Safe ICF - Pointer Safe and Unwinding Aware Identical Code Folding in Gold.
Sriraman Tallam, Google
 * [[attachment:tallam.pdf|Safe ICF - Pointer Safe and Unwinding Aware Identical Code Folding in Gold]]
   Sriraman Tallam, Google
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The Go frontend for GCC
Ian Lance Taylor, Google
 * [[attachment:taylor.pdf|The Go frontend for GCC]]
   Ian Lance Taylor, Google
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Enabling more optimizations in GRAPHITE: ignoring memory-based dependences
Konrad Trifunovic, INRIA Saclay - Ile-de-France
 * [[attachment:trifunovic.pdf|Enabling more optimizations in GRAPHITE: ignoring memory-based dependences]]
   Konrad Trifunovic, INRIA Saclay - Ile-de-France
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 * [[attachment:The_Art_of_Open_Source_War.pdf|Open Source Communities and Corporate Interests]]
   David Edelsohn, IBM Research
 
 * Tricks of a Spec master ([[attachment:spec-master-slides.pdf|slides]], [[attachment:spec-master-paper.pdf|paper]])
   Michael Robert Meissner, IBM
 
 * [[attachment:gaius-gcc2010.pdf|Exploiting front end knowledge to effortlessly create Python modules]]
   Gaius Mulley
 
 * [[attachment:smart-programmer-bad-code.pdf|When smart programmers write bad code]]
   Steven J Munroe, IBM

 * [[attachment:IncrementalCompiler.pdf|Towards Incremental Compilation]]
   Lawrence Crowl, Diego Novillo, Google
 
 * [[attachment:GCC_Summit_2010.pdf|Issues of supporting GCC on Windows]]
   Kai Tietz, OneVision

== Tutorials ==

GCC Summit 2010

This page has the individual papers and slides for the GCC Summit 2010. If you notice anything missing or out of date, please drop me a note at dnovillo@google.com

Papers

Lightning Talks

Tutorials

BoFs

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