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A very old, out-of-date Red Hat People Page: http://people.redhat.com/dmalcolm
 
A very old, out-of-date Red Hat People Page: http://people.redhat.com/dmalcolm
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= Some of the software I've written =
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* [https://fedorahosted.org/gcc-python-plugin/ gcc-python-plugin]: allowing you to write new GCC plugins in Python.
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* [https://gcc-python-plugin.readthedocs.org/en/latest/cpychecker.html cpychecker]: a static analysis pass for GCC to find bugs in C extensions to Python, written in Python using gcc-python-plugin
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* [http://docs.python.org/devguide/gdb.html#gdb-7-and-later gdb Python hooks] for debugging CPython itself
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* [https://fedorahosted.org/gdb-heap/ gdb-heap], an extension to gdb for analyzing malloc/free
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* [https://fedorahosted.org/squeal/ squeal]: a SQL-like syntax for use in shell pipelines
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I work on the [[SIGs/Python|Python runtimes within Fedora]] and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and I'm interested in [[StaticAnalysis|static code analysis]]
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Older stuff:
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* [https://fedorahosted.org/rpmgrok/ rpmgrok]
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* [http://www.conglomerate.org/ conglomerate]: an XML editor aimed at non-technical users (I rewrote the prototype)

Revision as of 22:13, 14 December 2012

Email: dmalcolm@redhat.com

My Fedora People page: http://dmalcolm.fedorapeople.org/

My blog: http://dmalcolm.livejournal.com/

A very old, out-of-date Red Hat People Page: http://people.redhat.com/dmalcolm

Some of the software I've written

  • gcc-python-plugin: allowing you to write new GCC plugins in Python.
  • cpychecker: a static analysis pass for GCC to find bugs in C extensions to Python, written in Python using gcc-python-plugin
  • gdb Python hooks for debugging CPython itself
  • gdb-heap, an extension to gdb for analyzing malloc/free
  • squeal: a SQL-like syntax for use in shell pipelines

I work on the Python runtimes within Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and I'm interested in static code analysis

Older stuff: