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Re: [tree-ssa] Gimplifying Java


This is purely a to ensure that anyone looking will not be misled.  I
have't included any comment about Obj-C because I presume the folks
working on it will want to do that.

Andrew.


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     addressed.</dd>
 <dt><em>Add parse tree to GENERIC translation passes to front ends</em></dt>
 <dd>From the front ends that generate function-as-trees, only the C
-    and C++ front ends have a genericize pass.  Java and Obj-C are up
-    for grabs.</dd>
+    and C++ front ends have a genericize pass.  
+    <a href="mailto:jsturm@one-point.com"Jeff Sturm</a> and 
+    <a href="mailto:aph@redhat.com";>Andrew Haley</a> are working on
+    Java.</dd>
 <dt><em>Tune RTL expanders to the subset of trees used by GIMPLE</em></dt>
 <dd>This is best illustrated with an example.  In GIMPLE all loops are
     LOOP_EXPRs, a kind of tree node that was not produced by the C


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