[llvm-dev] [cfe-dev] [3.8 Release] Release status
Florian Lindner via llvm-dev
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Fri Feb 19 02:05:19 PST 2016
this is probably not a blocker, but a rather small patch which is on review for quite some time:
Just a suggestion integrating it into the release.
Am Donnerstag, 18. Februar 2016, 16:22:11 CET schrieb Hans Wennborg via cfe-dev:
> According to the schedule (e.g. on the right on llvm.org), we should
> have tagged the release by now, but we haven't, so we're officially
> behind schedule. I'm still optimistic that we can wrap this up pretty
> soon, though.
> This is what's blocking us:
> - PR26509: Crash in InnerLoopVectorizer::vectorizeLoop()
> I'm waiting to hear what Cong comes up with, otherwise we can revert
> r255691 on the branch
> - Shrink-wrapping vs TLS: Davide and Quentin are working on it
> - PR26600: Loop vectorization creates an unsafe out-of-bounds load
> There's a patch out: http://reviews.llvm.org/D17332
> But no comments yet.. Hal?
> - PR26564: Performance regression in AA
> Patch in review, but it makes me a little uneasy since it's big and
> requires pulling in some refactoring patches too :-/
> - ARM: fix VFP asm constraints: http://reviews.llvm.org/D17349
> It's not a regression, but I'll take it if it lands real soon.
> - PR26500: shrink-wrapping vs PPC
> Patch in review: http://reviews.llvm.org/D17294
> Looks like it's moving along.
> - PR26081: Assertion failed: (BitWidth == RHS.BitWidth && ...
> I believe Matthias is working on it?
> Will revert r252839 to unblock otherwise.
> - PR26485: regression lowering TLS access in C on Darwin
> Is no one looking? :-(
> If you're on one of these bugs or code reviews, etc., please try to
> prioritize them if you can.
> Also, please let me know if my list is missing something.
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