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Chris Adams

Now I'm curious how much work it would take to wire your date parser up so afl-fuzz can compile & run it. I've been testing it on some other libraries and the impressiveness is not marketing – it's pulled out a bunch of edge cases relatively quickly and did a good job of identifying unique crashing paths to avoid wasting too much time on the same failing path.

Reply: Seems as though you would want to watch it run at the Python interpreter level. I'm not sure how you would do that, but it should be possible. --Th

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