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  1. Fizzy aims to be a fast, deterministic, and pedantic WebAssembly interpreter written in C++.

    C++ 86 22

  2. Fast Ethereum Virtual Machine implementation

    C++ 287 91

  3. intx Public

    intx – extended precision integer library

    C++ 55 17

  4. ethash Public

    C/C++ implementation of Ethash and ProgPoW – the Ethereum Proof of Work algorithms

    C++ 100 85

1,445 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2021

Created a pull request in ethereum/go-ethereum that received 24 comments

core/vm: Simplify error handling in interpreter loop

This simplifies interpreter loop exit condition to just err != nil. This catches: reverting instructions (i.e. just REVERT), halting instructions …

+28 −40 24 comments
Reviewed 11 pull requests in 8 repositories
ethereum/go-ethereum 2 pull requests
wasmx/fizzy 2 pull requests
ethereum/evmone 2 pull requests
torquem-ch/silkworm 1 pull request
chfast/ethash 1 pull request
imapp-pl/gas-cost-estimator 1 pull request
ipsilon/eof 1 pull request
chfast/intx 1 pull request

Opened their first issue on GitHub in a private repository

Paweł Bylica created their first issue!

First issue

Created an issue in ethereum/go-ethereum that received 8 comments

core/vm: Better handling of static mode violation (ErrWriteProtection)

Detection of static mode violation (ErrWriteProtection) should be handled by the affected instructions (operation.writes), not in the interpreter l…

Opened 4 other issues in 4 repositories
ethereum/go-ethereum 1 open
ethereum/tests 1 open
ethereum/evmone 1 open
holiman/uint256 1 open

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