[cfe-dev] [LLVMdev] GSOC Projects
renato.golin at linaro.org
Wed Feb 27 13:11:03 PST 2013
Ok, I've added the LNT statistics project, I think it's better to add the
Clang stuff to http://clang.llvm.org/OpenProjects.html right?
On 27 February 2013 20:17, Anton Korobeynikov <anton at korobeynikov.info>wrote:
> Actually I wanted to send GSOC email about the open projects tonight.
> So, yes - please add them to the corresponding ideas pages.
> On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 10:57 PM, Chris Lattner <clattner at apple.com>
> > On Feb 27, 2013, at 9:24 AM, Renato Golin <renato.golin at linaro.org>
> >> Hi all,
> >> I have some ideas for GSOC projects using LLVM, where should I post
> > Please add them to llvm-www/OpenProjects.html.
> > -Chris
> >> Idea #1: llvm-env
> >> A simple tool, with little or no dependency on LLVM itself, that will
> investigate a target architecture by probing hardware, software, libraries
> and compiling and executing code to identify all properties that would be
> relevant to command-line options, triple settings etc.
> >> The first stage is to build a CFLAGS for Clang that would produce code
> on the current Host to the identified Target.
> >> The second stage would be to produce a configuration file (that can be
> used independently of the Host) so that Clang can read it and not need a
> gazillion of command-line options. Such file should be simple JSON / INI or
> anything that Vim could change.
> >> Idea #2: LNT perf Monitor
> >> The LNT perf database has some nice features like detect moving
> average, standard deviations, variations, etc. But the report page give too
> much emphasis on the individual variation (where noise can be higher than
> >> The first part of the project would be to create an analysis tool that
> would track moving averages and report:
> >> * If the current result is higher/lower than the previous moving
> average by more than (configurable) S standard deviations
> >> * If the current moving average is more than S standard deviations of
> the Base run
> >> * If the last A moving averages are in constant increase/decrease of
> more than P percent
> >> The second part would be to create a web page which would show all
> related benchmarks (possibly configurable, like a dashboard) and show the
> basic statistics with red/yellow/green colour codes to show status and
> links to more detailed analysis of each benchmark
> >> A possible third part would be to be able to automatically cross
> reference different builds, so that if you group them by
> architecture/compiler/number of CPUs, this automated tool would understand
> that the changes are more common to one particular group.
> >> cheers,
> >> --renato
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> With best regards, Anton Korobeynikov
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