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A bag of simple MELT examples, by Basile Starynkevitch (France, working at CEA, LIST) <firstname.lastname@example.org> MELT is a Domain Specific Language to extend the GCC compiler. See http://gcc-melt.org/ for more about MELT, and http://gcc.gnu.org/ for more about GCC. The examples are either public domain, or free software licensed under the LGPL license. (licensing may vary from file to file). They are developped on Gnu/Linux/Debian/Sid with a GCC 4.6 or better compiler. Please discuss these examples and anything MELT related on the low-traffic email@example.com; we invite you to subscribe to that list http://groups.google.com/group/gcc-melt if interested in MELT (and in these examples). Each example has a small file SUMMARY. Here they are: ####SUMMARIES: ==> ex01/SUMMARY <== ex01/ - hello world in MELT [Public Domain] ==> ex02/SUMMARY <== ex02/ - counting functions in MELT with a simple Gimple pass [public domain] ==> ex03/SUMMARY <== ex03/ - showing the GCC pass names thru MELT hooks [public domain] ==> ex04/SUMMARY <== ex04/ - searching simple function signatures [plugin domain] ==> ex05/SUMMARY <== ex05/ - search fflush(NULL) in every function named bar* ==> ex06/SUMMARY <== ex06/ -- typecheck JANSSON variadic functions a MELT extension (LGPLv3 license) to typecheck json_pack and json_unpack variadic functions from http://www.digip.org/jansson (a C library for JSON serialization). ==> ex07/SUMMARY <== ex07/ show the passes done by GCC [public domain]===========