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0:08Recap and set the stage for an especially random day
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0:08Recap and set the stage for an especially random day
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0:08Recap and set the stage for an especially random day
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2:25Review the work making the dot operator for field access auto-dereference pointers to aggregates, and implementing support for float const declarations
2:25Review the work making the dot operator for field access auto-dereference pointers to aggregates, and implementing support for float const declarations
2:25Review the work making the dot operator for field access auto-dereference pointers to aggregates, and implementing support for float const declarations
6:10Showcase the vector library test2.ion
6:10Showcase the vector library test2.ion
6:10Showcase the vector library test2.ion
8:23Review the work implementing support for bool
8:23Review the work implementing support for bool
8:23Review the work implementing support for bool
9:58Review the work implementing conservative control analysis in resolve_stmt() and resolve_stmt_block()
9:58Review the work implementing conservative control analysis in resolve_stmt() and resolve_stmt_block()
9:58Review the work implementing conservative control analysis in resolve_stmt() and resolve_stmt_block()
14:34Review the work implementing detection of duplicate global and local symbol errors
14:34Review the work implementing detection of duplicate global and local symbol errors
14:34Review the work implementing detection of duplicate global and local symbol errors
15:56Review the work implementing function call notation int(3.14) for explicit type conversion
15:56Review the work implementing function call notation int(3.14) for explicit type conversion
15:56Review the work implementing function call notation int(3.14) for explicit type conversion
17:00Review the work on explicitly sized types, and adding support for C-style null pointers
17:00Review the work on explicitly sized types, and adding support for C-style null pointers
17:00Review the work on explicitly sized types, and adding support for C-style null pointers
19:12Review the work allowing optional names in function typespecs
19:12Review the work allowing optional names in function typespecs
19:12Review the work allowing optional names in function typespecs
20:18Review the work implementing the const qualifier, with an explanation of the notion of non-modifiability in C
20:18Review the work implementing the const qualifier, with an explanation of the notion of non-modifiability in C
20:18Review the work implementing the const qualifier, with an explanation of the notion of non-modifiability in C
31:53Describe the conceptual breakthrough regarding the use of expressions in an rvalue context, with explanations of operand_decay(), convert_operand(), is_convertible() and is_null_ptr()
31:53Describe the conceptual breakthrough regarding the use of expressions in an rvalue context, with explanations of operand_decay(), convert_operand(), is_convertible() and is_null_ptr()
31:53Describe the conceptual breakthrough regarding the use of expressions in an rvalue context, with explanations of operand_decay(), convert_operand(), is_convertible() and is_null_ptr()
36:53Fix is_null_ptr() to use is_integer_type() rather than is_arithmetic_type() when determining whether to call cast_operand()
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36:53Fix is_null_ptr() to use is_integer_type() rather than is_arithmetic_type() when determining whether to call cast_operand()
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36:53Fix is_null_ptr() to use is_integer_type() rather than is_arithmetic_type() when determining whether to call cast_operand()
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37:24Continue to describe is_null_ptr() and is_convertible()
37:24Continue to describe is_null_ptr() and is_convertible()
37:24Continue to describe is_null_ptr() and is_convertible()
38:32Review the new distinction between casts and conversions
38:32Review the new distinction between casts and conversions
38:32Review the new distinction between casts and conversions
41:29Review the work implementing support for different literal types and literal suffixes
41:29Review the work implementing support for different literal types and literal suffixes
41:29Review the work implementing support for different literal types and literal suffixes
47:20Explain C's differing rankings of decimal and octal / hexadecimal integer constants1
47:20Explain C's differing rankings of decimal and octal / hexadecimal integer constants1
47:20Explain C's differing rankings of decimal and octal / hexadecimal integer constants1
56:12Review the new preservation of token modifiers for literals in generated C code
56:12Review the new preservation of token modifiers for literals in generated C code
56:12Review the new preservation of token modifiers for literals in generated C code
1:01:24Review the work implementing support for "x: int" and "x: int = 0" local initialiser statements
1:01:24Review the work implementing support for "x: int" and "x: int = 0" local initialiser statements
1:01:24Review the work implementing support for "x: int" and "x: int = 0" local initialiser statements
1:05:20Review the new inference of incomplete array size for initialiser statements, and error handling of size 0 function parameters and assignment to arrays
1:05:20Review the new inference of incomplete array size for initialiser statements, and error handling of size 0 function parameters and assignment to arrays
1:05:20Review the new inference of incomplete array size for initialiser statements, and error handling of size 0 function parameters and assignment to arrays
1:09:05Make is_convertible() to treat arrays as pointers for the purposes of pointer-decay
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1:09:05Make is_convertible() to treat arrays as pointers for the purposes of pointer-decay
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1:09:05Make is_convertible() to treat arrays as pointers for the purposes of pointer-decay
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1:12:57Run it to see what test_arrays() produces
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1:12:57Run it to see what test_arrays() produces
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1:12:57Run it to see what test_arrays() produces
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1:13:49Revert is_convertible() and instead enable resolve_expr_call() to pointer-decay arrays
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1:13:49Revert is_convertible() and instead enable resolve_expr_call() to pointer-decay arrays
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1:13:49Revert is_convertible() and instead enable resolve_expr_call() to pointer-decay arrays
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1:15:45Reflect on the near completion of Ion, and determine to handle volatile
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1:15:45Reflect on the near completion of Ion, and determine to handle volatile
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1:15:45Reflect on the near completion of Ion, and determine to handle volatile
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1:16:23Q&A
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1:16:23Q&A
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1:16:23Q&A
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1:16:51tbodt_ Since they're compile-time constants couldn't you compute the value of the constant in the compiler and just inline that?
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1:16:51tbodt_ Since they're compile-time constants couldn't you compute the value of the constant in the compiler and just inline that?
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1:16:51tbodt_ Since they're compile-time constants couldn't you compute the value of the constant in the compiler and just inline that?
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1:18:52pmttavara For goto, don't you just have to verify that there is at least one return statement after the very final goto label in the function?
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1:18:52pmttavara For goto, don't you just have to verify that there is at least one return statement after the very final goto label in the function?
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1:18:52pmttavara For goto, don't you just have to verify that there is at least one return statement after the very final goto label in the function?
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1:19:20godling72 pervognsen Are you going to have "restrict"?2
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1:19:20godling72 pervognsen Are you going to have "restrict"?2
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1:19:20godling72 pervognsen Are you going to have "restrict"?2
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1:20:37BitSlime Doesn't restrict just make sure two pointer parameters aren't the same?3
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1:20:37BitSlime Doesn't restrict just make sure two pointer parameters aren't the same?3
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1:20:37BitSlime Doesn't restrict just make sure two pointer parameters aren't the same?3
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1:22:37olafbtwitch Inline assembly?
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1:22:37olafbtwitch Inline assembly?
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1:22:37olafbtwitch Inline assembly?
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1:23:29BitSlime You need inline assembly since C has no native cpuid function
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1:23:29BitSlime You need inline assembly since C has no native cpuid function
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1:23:29BitSlime You need inline assembly since C has no native cpuid function
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1:24:15Determine to fully handle enums4
1:24:15Determine to fully handle enums4
1:24:15Determine to fully handle enums4
1:29:57Enable resolve_decl_type() and resolve_sym() to handle the SYM_ENUM_CONST case, introducing type_enum() and resolve_decl_enum() and an EnumField struct
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1:29:57Enable resolve_decl_type() and resolve_sym() to handle the SYM_ENUM_CONST case, introducing type_enum() and resolve_decl_enum() and an EnumField struct
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1:29:57Enable resolve_decl_type() and resolve_sym() to handle the SYM_ENUM_CONST case, introducing type_enum() and resolve_decl_enum() and an EnumField struct
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1:48:47Restate the problem with handling enums
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1:48:47Restate the problem with handling enums
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1:48:47Restate the problem with handling enums
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1:49:49Temporarily introduce sym_push_const() symbol stack
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1:49:49Temporarily introduce sym_push_const() symbol stack
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1:49:49Temporarily introduce sym_push_const() symbol stack
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1:51:25Revert the new enum handling code
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1:51:25Revert the new enum handling code
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1:51:25Revert the new enum handling code
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1:52:34Get lunch
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1:52:34Get lunch
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1:52:34Get lunch
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