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work planning for today

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File sprintinfo/paris-2005-planning.txt

 from 1pm, so if somebody wants to work in the afternoon, he has to
 go to one of the small rooms)
 
-pairing wednesday
+pairing friday
 ======================= 
 
+Compiler issues: adrien, arre
+
+ootypes: boris, michael, bert, (arre), (armin), (samuele)
+
+LLinterpreter requirements + plan: carl, holger, (armin), (samuele)
+
+compliancy testing on compiled PyPy, getting py.test to run on compiled PyPy:
+    anders, {christian}, [armin]
+
+- (improve refcounting)
+
+implementing the socket module: amaury, valentino
+
+working on an RPython Numeric module: ludovic, andrew
+
+experiment with callgraph analysis to reorder source code: Christian
+
 stackless/cps:   (same group continues, "re-"pairing inside)
 
     christian, armin 

File sprintinfo/paris-2005-possible-tasks.txt

 
 JIT related work
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-- support addresses in the backends
+- (DONE) support addresses in the backends
 - an ll interpreter written in RPython
 - Saving ll graphs plus a loader written in RPython
 
 - Start thinking/experimenting with JIT generation at translation time
 
-- start a genasm back-end
+- (DONE the starting) start a genasm back-end
 
 Threading/concurrency
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 - release the GIL around system calls
 - understand and possibly fix where the overhead, when threads are enabled, comes from
 
-- generating (single-threaded) stackless C code
+- (DONE) generating (single-threaded) stackless C code
 
 Implementation/translation
 ---------------------------
 
-- stack overflow detection (needed to be able to run many compliancy tests)
+- (somewhat DONE) stack overflow detection (needed to be able to run many compliancy tests)
 - try more interp. level optimisations (dicts with string keys, more agressive use of fastcall*...)
 
 - compute correct max stack size in compiler (?)