> I would suggest that you start with reading through Andi's email to > another student who expressed interest in that project which you can > find at: https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2018-02/msg00216.html > > Andi, do you have any further suggestions what Prateek should check-out, > perhaps build, examine and experiment with in order to come up with a > nice proposal?
See other mail. > Do you personally prefer starting with any particular > existing fuzzer, for example? Yes should start with an existing fuzzer and just add the extensions. Otherwise too much time will be spent on the base language functionality. I would suggest either csmith or yarpgen. -Andi