[llvm-dev] The undef story
Peter Lawrence via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Wed Jun 28 19:42:54 PDT 2017
I am puzzled by the statement "Current transformations made by LLVM require it.”
Can you clarify with a C source code example ?
> On Jun 28, 2017, at 6:47 PM, Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 3:33 PM Peter Lawrence <peterl95124 at sbcglobal.net <mailto:peterl95124 at sbcglobal.net>> wrote:
> where we disagree is in whether the current project is moving the issue
> forward. It is not. It is making the compiler more complex for no additional value.
> I mean, I also disagree with your analysis of where we disagree, and what is happening, but I don't think that matters much or will convince you of anything.
> The current project perpetuates the myth that “poison” is somehow required.
> No one thinks it is required at a theoretical level. Current transformations made by LLVM require it. We could always disable those transformations. The current project is attempting to see if there is a pragmatic set of transformations we can keep with a better definition.
> It isn’t, and when I show proof of that you reply with “its in bug reports, etc”,
> that’s BS and you know it, this hasn’t been explored.
> I'm sorry that I didn't have readily available citations in the other thread. If you can show what searches you have done that didn't find any results, I'm happy to try and help find them. But the way you say this doesn't come across as assuming good faith on the part of myself and others in these discussions. Within the LLVM community, please always assume good faith and don't accuse people of "BS".
> Dan created “poison” on a whim, and people picked up on it too
> without question. We’ve been stuck with this self-inflicted wound ever since, and it is
> time to heal it.
> The way you have described this comes across as both hyperbolic and insulting to specific individuals.
> This kind of behavior and rhetoric is not acceptable in the LLVM community, and multiple people have asked you to change tone and avoid this behavior. Bluntly, stop.
> John and I do not have a technical disagreement, John is having an emotional
> reaction to the fact that he doesn’t have an answer to the function-inlining question.
> This is yet another personal attack in your email.
> After talking to several people involved in these threads, I think that whatever technical points you are trying to make have been completely lost due to the repeated pattern of apparent hostility. Your emails are perceived as insulting and attacking people which is not an appropriate or professional way to engage in a technical discussion here.
> The attitude and approach you are taking on the list is completely incompatible with this community and project.
> I still encourage you to modify LLVM and implement your approach. It is open source and easy to fork on GitHub. However, please don't continue sending emails to LLVM lists until you can do so without repeating this behavior.
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