[LLVMdev] Stable release of pool allocation?

Andrew Lenharth andrewl at lenharth.org
Tue Jul 7 09:39:17 PDT 2009

poolalloc (and dsa for that matter) have never been stable.  Both have
always had known issues (and more once you try more interesting codes.
 You might try llvm 1.8 + llvm-gcc and poolalloc/dsa from that time,
but I suspect you will have to backport fixes.


On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 11:14 AM, Patrick Alexander
Simmons<simmon12 at cs.uiuc.edu> wrote:
> I've been attempting to write my pass (which depends on DSA and pool
> allocation) against the SVN trunk of LLVM and the llvm-poolalloc
> project.  However, I was thinking it might be better to use the latest
> stable releases of these codebases.  I know that this is the 2.5 branch
> for LLVM, but are there any stable releases of pool allocation?  If so,
> would there be any disadvantage to my using it?
> --Patrick
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