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Sun Nov 6 01:59:12 2011 UTC (2 years, 5 months ago) by jmmv
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Move existing project definitions from projects/gsoc_2011/ to
projects/project/ .

The goal for this reorganization is to remove any knowledge of the projects
classification from the file hierarchy: the classification goes into tags,
and projects indexes automatically list projects based on such tags.

Also, the current gsoc_2011 name was wrong anyway, because GSoC 2011 has
already concluded and projects would have had to move to a gsoc_2012 directory
anyway.

Lastly, yes, "projects/project/*" is slightly redundant.  But I want to keep
the project lists from the projects "database" clearly separated.

This is as proposed in www@.

[[!template id=project

title="Refactoring Aid for C"

contact="""
[tech-userlevel](mailto:tech-userlevel@NetBSD.org)
"""

mentors="""
[David Young](mailto:dyoung@NetBSD.org)
"""

duration="3 months"

description="""
Write a script that aids refactoring C programs by extracting
subroutines from fragments of C code.

Do not reinvent the wheel:
wherever possible, use existing technology for the parsing and
comprehension of C code. Look at projects such as sparse and
Coccinelle.

Your script should work as a filter that puts the free
variables at the top, encloses the rest in curly braces, does
something helpful with break, continue, and return statements.

That's just a start.
"""
]]

[[!tag gsoc]]

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