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Re: while working on an optimized version of strnlen, some string tests fail
- From: Joseph Myers <joseph at codesourcery dot com>
- To: Nam-goo Lee <devnglee at gmail dot com>
- Cc: <libc-help at sourceware dot org>
- Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2016 15:33:03 +0000
- Subject: Re: while working on an optimized version of strnlen, some string tests fail
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On Mon, 5 Dec 2016, Nam-goo Lee wrote:
> Can this get upstream review?
I don't know what "this" is. Patches go to libc-alpha, and I'm not aware
of any ARM patches pending review on libc-alpha. Benchmark results would
be desirable on a range of modern ARM processors (ask Linaro people for
help benchmarking if necessary); testing should be done for both
endiannesses (userspace QEMU can be used to run string/ tests for
Note that a copyright assignment is needed for any substantial changes
(and people may not want to look at patches until it's in place, in case
the assignment never arrives and they want to do work in the same area in
future and avoid questions of it possibly being based on the unassigned
work). So it's best to get the assignment in place and confirmed accepted
by the FSF before posting a patch to libc-alpha.
Joseph S. Myers