[LLVMdev] i80 data type

SHEN Hao hao.shen at imag.fr
Mon Jun 7 13:32:10 PDT 2010

On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 10:21 PM, Duncan Sands <baldrick at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi Hao Shen,
>> OK, thanks a lot. I can understand how i80 works.
>> But why i80 appears in my byte-code? How to remove it
>> by using some passes?
> it may be created by the sroa (scalarrepl) pass which sometimes introduces
> such registers when 10 bytes are being loaded from memory.  Why do you want
> to remove it?

In my research, I would to change all memory access into functional calls for
simuation usages. i80 is a type which hard to change into functional calls.

> Ciao,
> Duncan.
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Hao Shen

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