[LLVMdev] Integrated instruction scheduling/register allocation
gergo at complang.tuwien.ac.at
Wed Feb 3 08:00:44 CST 2010
I'm in the formative stage of my PhD studies. My current focus is on
integrated approaches to instruction scheduling and register allocation. A
colleague pointed me to Evan Cheng's talk at the August 2008 developer
meeting , where he very briefly mentioned allowing the register allocator
to reschedule instructions as a "crazy idea" for the future.
I independently arrived at the same crazy idea :-) and I'm wondering if
anybody ever went and actually implemented a rescheduling allocator in LLVM.
I've done some poking around the web, the mailing list archives and the LLVM
source code, but I haven't found anything suggesting that this has been
done. If anyone has tried it and would be willing to share code, insights,
or lessons learned, I would be very grateful to hear from them.
Gergö Barany, research assistant gergo at complang.tuwien.ac.at
Institute of Computer Languages http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/gergo/
Vienna University of Technology Tel: +43-1-58801-58522
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