[llvm-dev] [GSoC 2016] [Weekly Status] Capture Tracking Improvements
Scott Egerton via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Jun 20 14:24:36 PDT 2016
Here's this weeks report.
- Began learning the LLVM assembly language.
- Compiled Firefox using an instrumented version of LLVM in order to
identify what is currently marked as "MayBeCaptured".
- Analysed the result of this and looked for common trends.
- Began looking into analysed result in the algorithm to see if it
appears to be being too conservative.
On 13/06/16 10:08, Scott Egerton wrote:
> Hello all,
> I will be writing brief weekly reports throughout the summer in a
> similar style to other GSoC students in order to keep you updated in
> how I'm getting on with the Capture Tracking Improvements.
> This week I'm mostly been been focusing on research.
> - I've looked at various papers as suggested on the mailing list.
> - Looked through the current implementation for Capture Tracking.
> - Looked into which optimisations use capture tracking. I'll be
> continuing this next week as well.
> - Looked at some of the existing test cases for Capture Tracking. I'll
> be continuing this next week as well.
> - Instrumented the current Capture Tracking implementation ready to run
> code through in order to see what is marked as captured and what's not.
> As always, any questions or comments are welcome.
> Many thanks,
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