[PATCH] D20483: [esan] EfficiencySanitizer working set tool fastpath
Derek Bruening via llvm-commits
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Mon May 23 11:22:34 PDT 2016
bruening added a comment.
In http://reviews.llvm.org/D20483#436873, @eugenis wrote:
> I think the right way to share the constants between instrumentation and the runtime library is to put them in an LLVM header, install that to the build directory (under include/llvm) and locate that through llvm-config under if (COMPILER_RT_STANDALONE_BUILD).
Given that we are now talking about refactoring existing code, let's move that to a separate CL. Perhaps if someone has ideas for precisely how to do it and knows more about the setup you could lead the way by refactoring one of the other sanitizers -- I'm not sure what the COMPILER_RT_STANDALONE_BUILD supports (comments in the code make it sound unsupported; does it support building with an installed clang rather than a local build dir and in that case won't llvm-config not work unless we install our header which seems overkill; if it really requires a local llvm build dir in what sense is it standalone; etc.)
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