[llvm-commits] Split MCELFStreamer and ELFObjectWriter into .h and .cpp
Rafael Ávila de Espíndola
rafael.espindola at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 21:17:29 CST 2011
On 2011-03-01 22:07, Jan Sjodin wrote:
> Yes, I was only wanting to get some basic refactoring in without disturbing the
> 2.9 release. There is no good reason to try and squeeze anything in. As far as I
> know this works in the JIT:
> 1. Generate code for a module in memory.
> 2. Inline asm in the code is OK.
> 3. Debug with gdb, as you would normally do e.g. C-x space for setting a
Item 3 in particular is really interesting. I think the last use of the
old ELF writer in Codegen is producing debug info for the old jit. If
that can be removed I think a lot of code in Codegen could be cleaned up.
> Things that don't work:
> 1. Lazy compilation.
> I need to clean up the code, which is being done as I submit patches. If you are
> curious to see the code I am cleaning up it is located here:
> - Jan
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