Project DiscoPoP (Entry provided)

Dear LLVM Devs,

We are a team from German Research School for Simulation Sciences. We are currently working on DiscoPoP (Discovery of Potential Parallelism), which is an LLVM-based tool that assists in identifying potential parallelism in sequential programs. The tool uses LLVM to instrument the code for finding both control and data dependences. A series of analyses are built on top of dependence to explore potential parallelism and parallel patterns. We have a modified version of Clang with a new option “-dp” to invoke our tool.

We have a web page about DiscoPoP: , and we would like to know if it is possible to have our project listed on “Projects built with LLVM” page of LLVM website. Our plan is to make DiscoPoP an open-source tool in the near future. ---------------------------------- The entry for our project: DiscoPoP: A parallelism discovery tool By the <a href=>DiscoPoP Dev Team <a href=>DiscoPoP (very of tential arallelism) is a tool that assists in identifying potential parallelism in sequential C/C++ programs. It instruments the code for finding both control and data dependences. A series of analyses are built on top of dependence to explore potential parallelism and parallel patterns. The instrumentation is done with the help of LLVM. A modified version of Clang with a new option “-dp” is also provided to invoke DiscoPoP. ---------------------------------- Thank you for your attention and we are looking forward to hearing from you. Best regards, DiscoPoP Dev Team

Dear Zhen,

I've gone ahead and added the text to the LLVM Projects page. If the SVN to Web Server auto-updater thing is working properly, then the change should show up on the web page soon. If it doesn't, please let me know.

The change will also need to go through post-commit review, but I'm not expecting any problems with that.

Regards,

John Criswell