IncA case study - implementing a type checker for the Rust language
Date: Wed, January 31, 2018
Room: Yellow Brickroad (Bouwcampus)
Tamás and Sebastian have been working on IncA, a framework/DSL for implementing efficient incremental program analyses. Existing case studies for IncA only use relatively simple program analyses. To determine the suitability of IncA for more complex analyses, and for type checkers for real-world languages in particular, a type checker for the Rust language is implemented in IncA.
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