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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Up - poked at mail, back to gcc: fun, it's
unfortunate that it's not possible to use gcc's own RTL
generation from parsing (etc.) to auto-generate more
complex types & code fragments internally, luckily
-fdump-tree-all output is quite useful.
- Plugged away - managed to get most of it in
place before hitting some other grisly internal
type-checking issue with hand-generated trees. Lydia came
over for lunch.
- Some great news Kohei will join Novell from
March 1st, another of our ongoing hires to work on OpenXML
support built into OO.o / calc. Kohei is famous for his
hacking along with some other calc bits. Really looking
forward to having him on the team full-time.
- More gcc bits, interview. Managed to generate
a first cut of the data to inform the vtable copying
process, hopefully binutils can be persuaded to swallow it.
- Out to the
Collabora office to see Rob & Dan Williams, meet
Dafydd & Gill(?). Poked at the profusion of one-laptops,
and Nokia devices, admired various features. Out to the Free
Press for a meal, joined by Matthew Garret, good stuff.
Back, Robert staying overnight, bed late.
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