Hi, I’m He Yang (@kernel.bin), one of the GSoC-2020 students of ReactOS. How time flies, three months have passed and now GSoC is coming to an end. During the last three months, I’ve been working on rapps, and I’ve made some small progress on it: improving rapps by increasing it’s functionality, stability, and make the code more well-organized. During GSoC, I’ve acquired a lot of coding skills and knowledge about Win32.
Hello everyone. In this blog post, I will be talking about the steps to set up Syzkaller for ReactOS locally and start fuzzing. If you have been following the blog posts on the ReactOS website then you would have noticed that this is my Google Summer of Code 2020 Project. Now that Coding period 2 has officially come to an end and the work is nearing completion, this post will help others in setting up the fuzzer get started with fuzzing.
Hi, I’m He Yang (@kernel.bin), one of the GSoC-2020 students of ReactOS. Two months have passed since GSoC started, and during these two months, I’ve made some progress on ReactOS Application Manager (RAPPS), the project I’m working on. In this blog, I will list out what I’ve accomplished in these two months, and what I’m planning to do in the next month. The work I’ve done in Stage 1&2 Stage 1 During stage 1, I mainly focused on screenshot and icon support and various small improvements.
Hey, I am Suraj K Suresh (@Freakston), In this post I’m going to be listing out what I’ve completed in Coding period-1 of GSoC. Status The initial part of setting up Syzkaller and being able to fuzz ReactOS is done. The link to grab ReactOS compatible syzkaller is as follows: Github. The detailed instruction on setting it up can be found here. Work-done Boot ReactOS with UBSan enabled. The branch which has UBSan enabled can be found in extravert34’s fork of ReactOS.
Introduction Hello, I am Nguyen Trung Khanh (@khanhnt) from Vietnam and I am one of the GSoC students of ReactOS. My project is running ReactOS on bochspwn-reloaded to list and fix all the bugs which were found by the tool. Additionally, I have a week to implement detection of uninitialized memory use. The first week Before GSoC, I did compile bochspwn-reloaded and run ReactOS on it so my work in the first week is pretty easy.
Hey, I am Suraj K Suresh (@Freakston), one of the GSoC students of ReactOS. This is the first time I’ve applied for GSoC and my mentors for the project are Victor Perevertkin and Timo Kreuzer. My project is “Porting Syzkaller to ReactOS”. The project is getting one of the most famous Linux fuzzers to fuzz ReactOS. The project will lead to improvement of the kernel codebase by detecting code crashes.
Hello, I am He Yang (@kernel.bin) from China. This year, I signed up for GSoC, and I’m very glad to be given the chance to work with the ReactOS team. My mentors for the project are Mark Jansen and Ioannis Adamopoulos. It’s a great honor to have two mentors to guide me. My project is “Application manager RAPPS”. RAPPS is used by almost everyone using ReactOS, thus making it essential to get RAPPS easy-to-use, powerful and bug-free.
This is a summary of all the work that has been completed this summer on the file search project. All contributed code can be found in this GitHub pull request. Summary Here is a list of the main features: Quickly open it from the Start menu or with the keyboard shortcut Windows + F Search is case-insensitive and recurses all sub-folders Support for UTF-16 encoded text files File name filtering with support for wildcards "
Introduction Developer Web Interface for ReactOS is a web tool to support the development of ReactOS. The main goal of this project is to develop a platform for ReactOS developers to easily track Commits, Builds and Test details. The web Interface makes API calls to various endpoints of GitHub, BuildBot and Testman API and interrelates them and renders a simplified view of Commit, Build and Test details at one place, so developers don't have to visit different sites to view different details, our web Interface collects all details and displays at one place.
Hello Everyone !! Until week 2 we made API calls to the Branches and Commits Endpoint of the GitHub API and rendered it. So at the end of week 2, we were able to fetch Top 5 commits from any of the branches as required. Week 3 UI Improvement Till week 2 we just had a simple table showing a few very basic information about the commits. So we designed a collapsible Panel which can contain all information required from the API.