libc++: First cut at <dynarray>
chandlerc at google.com
Thu Sep 12 20:31:09 PDT 2013
On Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 8:29 PM, Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at google.com>wrote:
> Furthermore, I don't why this would not be trivial to implement:
>> 1. We add an intrinsic, like alloca, called alloca_in_caller. This is
>> only allowed in functions marked always_inline.
>> 2. To the analysis passes, alloca_in_caller looks like malloc
>> 3. When the inliner inlines a alloca_in_caller call, it transforms it
>> into an alloca call
>> (and that's it I think). Perhaps I'm way off base, but it seems fairly
>> simple. Is there anything else that's needed?
> You don't need any of the inline stuff. You just need some builtin which
> directly produces a dynamically sized alloca instruction and the
> stacksave/stackrestore pair to manage its lifetime.
Ugh, that's a lie. You need to be able to use this builtin and generate the
stack save and stack restore bits in constructors and destructors. Yuck.
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