[llvm-dev] Where's the optimiser gone? (part 5.a): missed tail calls, and more...
Stefan Kanthak via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Dec 3 06:10:50 PST 2018
"Tim Northover" <t.p.northover at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, 1 Dec 2018 at 17:37, Stefan Kanthak via llvm-dev
> <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
>> Compile the following functions with "-O3 -target amd64"
> You've been advised before, but you really need to start reporting
> these as bugs[*] if you actually care about them.
These ain't my bugs, these are LLVM's bugs.
I don't use LLVM, I just dared to write some posts which pinpoint
deficiencies and bugs in it. You should see this as COURTESY.
The least I expect from any software developer, and especially a
"foundation", is to take action on bug reports, INDEPENDENT how they
> llvm-dev is
> basically a black-hole as far as bugs go: if no-one takes enough of an
> interest to either fix or file a bug within a day or two, the issue
> will be completely forgotten. The list is intended for discussion of
> issues and future designs, not reporting them.
That's clearly LLVM's problem.
> It seems you got lucky and someone did file at least one report from
> one of these threads;
You got that backwards: YOU are lucky that I took the time to report
> you should expect that to become less frequent.
> People are willing to assume the best of new contributors, but by the
> time you reach a dozen threads without actually engaging with the
> community's procedures that goodwill starts to look a bit threadbare.
> [*] https://llvm.org/docs/Contributing.html
| If you are working with LLVM and run into a bug, we definitely want
| to know about it.
I DONT WORK WITH LLVM.
I was just curious whether it shows bugs and deficiencies I saw in
two other C compilers, and documented them.
You and your users suffer from these bugs and deficiencies, not me.
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