[LLVMdev] MCJIT finalizeObject output to use in external process
andrew.kaylor at intel.com
Wed Mar 25 16:32:14 PDT 2015
Yes, that is one of the intended use models for MCJIT.
If you look at the source for ‘lli’ you’ll find an option called “remote-mcjit” which does exactly this (for testing purposes).
The key function (which in the lli case is called from lli’s RemoteMemoryManager::notifyObjectLoaded method) is ExecutionEngine::mapSectionAddress. This function tells MCJIT to reapply relocations to the loaded object as if it were loaded at a different address in memory than it actually is. The client is responsible for the particulars of allocating memory in the remote process, determining the address of the memory in the remote process’ address space and (after calling mapSectionAddress) copying the JIT’d object to the remote process memory and setting the memory attributes as needed for execution.
From: llvmdev-bounces at cs.uiuc.edu [mailto:llvmdev-bounces at cs.uiuc.edu] On Behalf Of Dave Pitsbawn
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Subject: [LLVMdev] MCJIT finalizeObject output to use in external process
A need has arisen to generate code using MCJIT but not in the target process instead in a different process (and possibly even different machine though not in the scope).
Reading through the tutorials and MCJIT design document, it seems like this is possible or was kept in mind during design of MCJIT.
How do I achieve this? Are there examples?
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