[LLVMdev] lli on ARM simulator

Evan Cheng evan.cheng at apple.com
Mon May 4 10:42:24 PDT 2009

I think folks have had success with QEMU. I am not sure if the process  
if documented somewhere.


On May 3, 2009, at 7:25 AM, Geoffrey Tochukwu Ndu wrote:

> Hello,
> I am new to LLVM and complier development, am more comfortable with  
> logic
> gates. However, I am part of a research project that intends to  
> develop a
> co-designed virtual machine reconfigurable computing, the virtual  
> machine
> controls a reconfigurable fabric in addition to a microprocessor. The
> microprocessor may be an ARM and the system should employ a JIT to  
> generate
> code for the processor and the fabric. We are thinking of leveraging  
> the
> LLVM infrastructure for this project. It has most of the stuff we  
> need, a
> front-end, an extensible low level IR and a JIT.
> I am currently looking at LLVM's JIT and would like to build an lli  
> tool
> for an ARM simulator such as simple scalar. I would be grateful if  
> someone
> could point me in the right direction.
> geoffrey
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