CFV: new hsx committer: David Chase
david.holmes at oracle.com
Wed Oct 2 00:04:48 PDT 2013
Vote: yes :)
On 2/10/2013 4:37 PM, John Rose wrote:
> I hereby nominate David Chase (OpenJDK user name: drchase) to HSX Committer.
> Since November of 2012, David has contributed widely to the HotSpot code base.
> Here are his commits, more recent first:
> 8014013: CallInfo structure no longer accurately reports the result of a LinkResolver operation
> 8017578: Hotspot compilation error with latest Studio compiler
> 7088419: Use x86 Hardware CRC32 Instruction with java.util.zip.CRC32
> 8002160: Compilation issue with adlc using latest SunStudio compilers
> 8014959: assert(Compile::current()->live_nodes() < (uint)MaxNodeLimit) failed: Live Node limit exceeded limit
> 6443505: Ideal() function for CmpLTMask
> 7104565: trim jprt build targets
> 8007776: Test6852078.java timeouts
> 7102300: performance warnings cause results diff failure in Test6890943
> 8008180: Several tests in compiler/5091921 need more time to run
> 8007402: Code cleanup to remove Parfait false positive
> 8006807: C2 crash due to out of bounds array access in Parse::do_multianewarray
> 8006500: compiler/8004741/Test8004741.java fails intermediately
> 8022441: Bad code generated for certain interpreted CRC intrinsics, 2 cases
> 8010124: JVM_GetClassContext: use GrowableArray instead of KlassLink
> 8010913: compiler/6863420 often exceeds timeout
> 8005821: C2: -XX:+PrintIntrinsics is broken
> 8006204: please JTREGify test/compiler/7190310/Test7190310.java
> 7146636: compiler/6865265/StackOverflowBug.java fails due to changed stack minimum
> About four credit him (as david.r.chase) in a "Contributed-by" line; the others are under his username.
> The gross volume of contributions is 9100 lines of patch, comprising 1500 lines deleted and 2900 added, touching about 150 files.
> The change sets for 8014013, 7088419, and 6443505 are especially complex and subtle, while 7104565 is a large change to the makefile system.
> David's experience includes optimizing compilers, JVM implementations, and parallel systems, at Oracle Labs, Sun, NaturalBridge, and Thinking Machines.
> Votes are due by Tuesday, October 15.
> Only current hsx Committers  are eligible to vote on
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