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Re: [csmith-dev] (no subject)


Csmith already supports 'goto' statement. What's you motivation to generate a specific style of 'goto' statement?

You are generating 'goto' statement that jumps to a label that outside the function, and that caused compiler errors, is my understanding correct?  "find_contained_labels" was introduced to prevent that from happening.

I haven't get time to read your code yet. But I hope my comments help.


On Wed, Aug 1, 2018 at 7:26 AM, sameeran joshi <gsocsameeran@gmail.com> wrote:
we have been working on adding a computed goto extension to csmith code base as,
void foo(void){
void *target[] ={&&label1,&&label2};
     goto *target[0];
          goto *target[1];


in printing the array of address of labels at the start of function,
the find_contained_labels() function from the Statement.cpp is called
and the labels inside the main block of function are stored in a
vector datastructure.
The elements inside the array,while the array contains the labels
which are not even the function.
Following is .diff file and sample code file attached (   func_20()
) is getting error in it.
Sameeran Joshi
Shubham Narlawar