[LLVMdev] ExecutionEngine blew the stack ?
simon at arrowtheory.com
Thu May 4 23:43:13 PDT 2006
On Fri, 5 May 2006 01:19:08 -0500 (CDT)
Chris Lattner <sabre at nondot.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 5 May 2006, Simon Burton wrote:
> > This leads me to my next question: as I make more and more functions
> > with the EE, it slows down. I am re-using the Module, ExistingModuleProvider,
> > and ExecutionEngine, and pumping the parser like so:
> > M = ParseAssemblyString(AsmString, M);
> > ISTM that there should be a way of creating multiple modules/EEs but I ran
> > into trouble when I tried that (some time ago).
> Can you quantify what you mean? How does it "slow down"?
It slows in the construction phase, so one of these calls:
M = ParseAssemblyString(AsmString, M);
verifyModule( *M )
It feels like there is a linear name lookup going on somewhere.
(will be able to do report more thorough timings later)
Simon Burton, B.Sc.
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