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Re: GSOC - valgrind-hurd queries

From: Subhashish Pradhan
Subject: Re: GSOC - valgrind-hurd queries
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2014 19:25:45 +0530

Hello again!

Any thoughts about the error?

On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 8:07 PM, Subhashish Pradhan <sprkv5@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 9:54 PM, Samuel Thibault
> <samuel.thibault@gnu.org> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Any news about your project?  We haven't seen you on IRC for a long
>> time, and no news by mail...  Remember that the soft deadline is today,
>> and the hard deadline is on next monday.  Also, remember that it is
>> completely OK to say that the initial goals were not hit, if you explain
>> why, and I believe you can very well explain why, since there were so
>> many things you didn't expect initially. It does not mean that the
>> project failed, on the contrary, it means that the project managed to go
>> through all the difficulties, and it will be way easier for further
>> developments.
>> Samuel
> I moved back to my college hostel this week so it was a bit busy.
> I apologise for the delay.
> I think you put my situation into words perfectly. Well, here's the report 
> [1].
> It was a nice failure and a nice experience, if I would phrase it - my 
> project.
> I got to learn many things. Thanks for your time and patience. I hope that
> it remains so as I trudge towards the completion of the port.
> Regards,
> Subhashish Pradhan
> 1 - https://sprkv5.wordpress.com/2014/08/17/gsoc-status-report-2/
> P.S. - There's one error that's failing the make process. It's the
> last invocation in coregrind.
>          After this is corrected, I guess the binary will be ready,
> ignoring the tests which I've not
>          implemented. (I've attached 2 logs - a linux one and a gnu
> one for the comparison.)
>          Also, I believe I have to submit my work in the form of a
> patch-set on Melange, right?

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