Hi! As appreciation of the hard work of people doing fuzzy testing of GCC and reporting high quality bugs, I'd like to list them in contrib.texi. This patch just lists them in the GCC testing group, shall we have a special sub-list for the fuzzy testing? The patch also adds or updates a couple of other entries, but I'm sure I've missed many people in both the testing and GCC development categories, for which I apologize. We can always have incremental patches, contrib.texi is helplessly obsolete anyway and for many doesn't reflect last 10-15 years of work at all. We should also add entries for people reporting lots of bugs even if it is not from fuzzy testing.
Anyway, ok for trunk? Are all people on the CC ok with them being listed in there (reply privately if needed)? 2018-03-07 Jakub Jelinek <ja...@redhat.com> * doc/contrib.texi: Add entries for Martin Liska, David Malcolm, Marek Polacek, extend Vladimir Makarov's and Jonathan Wakely's entry and add entries for people that perform GCC fuzzy testing and report numerous bugs. --- gcc/doc/contrib.texi.jj 2018-01-03 10:20:21.699538202 +0100 +++ gcc/doc/contrib.texi 2018-03-07 13:44:15.155724282 +0100 @@ -586,6 +586,10 @@ Chen Liqin for various S+core related fi maintaining the S+core port. @item +Martin Liska for his work on identical code folding, the sanitizers, +HSA and general bug fixing. + +@item Weiwen Liu for testing and various bug fixes. @item @@ -615,8 +619,13 @@ various code generation improvements, wo @item Vladimir Makarov for hacking some ugly i960 problems, PowerPC hacking improvements to compile-time performance, overall knowledge and -direction in the area of instruction scheduling, and design and -implementation of the automaton based instruction scheduler. +direction in the area of instruction scheduling, design and +implementation of the automaton based instruction scheduler and +design and implementation of the integrated and local register allocators. + +@item +David Malcolm for his work on improving GCC diagnostics, JIT, self-tests +and unit testing. @item Bob Manson for his behind the scenes work on dejagnu. @@ -784,6 +793,10 @@ out lots of problems we need to solve, m taking care of documentation maintenance in general. @item +Marek Polacek for his work on the C front end, the sanitizers and general +bug fixing. + +@item Andrew Pinski for processing bug reports by the dozen. @item @@ -1050,7 +1063,7 @@ Andrew Waterman for contributing the RIS @item Jonathan Wakely for contributing libstdc++ Doxygen notes and XHTML -guidance. +guidance and maintaining libstdc++. @item Dean Wakerley for converting the install documentation from HTML to texinfo @@ -1653,6 +1666,9 @@ Pekka Nikander Rick Niles @item +Vegard Nossum + +@item Jon Olson @item @@ -1671,6 +1687,12 @@ Derk Reefman David Rees @item +John Regehr + +@item +Volker Reichelt + +@item Paul Reilly @item @@ -1698,12 +1720,27 @@ David Schuler Vin Shelton @item +Zdenek Sojka + +@item +Arseny Solokha + +@item Tim Souder @item +Gerhard Steinmetz + +@item +Zhendong Su + +@item Adam Sulmicki @item +Chengnian Sun + +@item Bill Thorson @item @@ -1722,6 +1759,9 @@ Ian Watson David E. Young @item +Qirun Zhang + +@item And many others @end itemize Jakub