On Fri, Mar 24, 2017 at 02:50:24PM +0100, Dmitry Vyukov wrote:
> OK, I guess should not have referenced the llvm-linux page.
> So here are reasons on our side that I am ready to vouch:
>  - clang make it possible to implement KMSAN (dynamic detection of
> uses of uninit memory)

How does GCC make this impossible?

>  - better code coverage for fuzzing

How so? Why can't the same be achieved using GCC?

>  - why simpler and faster development (e.g. we can port our user-space
> hardening technologies -- CFI and SafeStack)

That's just because you've already implemented this in clang, right? So
less work for you. Not because its impossible.

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