I am the main designer and implementor of GCC MELT, a Lisp-like domain specific language -which I call MELT- to customize the GCC compiler, implemented by a bootstrapped meta-plugin for GCC. GCC and GCC MELT are both GPLv3+ free software.
GCC MELT is quite big (80KLOC of MELT code) and is bootstrapped, in the sense that the MELT language is translated to C++ (suited & specific to GCC plugins) and that MELT -> C++ translator is coded in MELT (so the subversion repository also contains the 2MLOC of C++ generated code); since I am the main designer of that language (and still the main user) I have not explicited any coding rules.
Hence my question:
Can a domain specific language code be reviewed here?
Intuitively, I would sadly think that no, at least in my case (because MELT is quite obscure and has not a lot of users, and also because the code base is quite big).
However, I would imagine that some reviewers could at least give feedback like "this function is too big, you should split it" or "this name does not mean anything" (and I am not a native English speaker, so I obviously make mistakes).
This meta-question is related but not the same.