Archive for January 25th, 2009
Coccinelle is not just another scripting language; it is aware of the structure of the C language and can make much more complex changes than are possible with pure string processing. For example, Coccinelle can make a particular change only in functions which are assigned to a function pointer in a particular type of array — say, the create member of struct inode_operations.
Here: The programmer compiled an array of reasons as to why he can’t find a girlfriend with a good <HEAD> on her <BODY>, reason 0 being that he has limited cache. So often he searches his memory to recall connecting to the TCP/IP tunnel of his last girlfriend — sometimes even without a secure socket. […]