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2007 Nov 01
5
monster method (too hard for my skill level)
I need to write a method for calculating the fee for medical procedures with respect to area. I have all the tables and data but its hard to give that here. Can someone take a look at this ''stub'' method and help me out? def calculate_fee # strip out the first 3 numbers of the user entered zip code # use those 3 numbers to identify row in [zipcod...
2016 May 10
3
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...as busy in final exams. I am Vivek from India. Thanks for choosing my proposal for Interprocedural Register Allocation (IPRA) in LLVM. Mehdi Amini and Hal Finkel will be mentoring me for this project. IPRA can reduce code size and runtime of programs by allocating register across the module and procedure boundaries. I have identified some old but effective research work on this area. I want community's feedback for feasibility of these approach and I am targeting to implement two of them during this project. Here is list of the papers, I have read first two papers and I would like to discu...
2016 May 11
4
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...xams. > > I am Vivek from India. Thanks for choosing my proposal for Interprocedural Register Allocation (IPRA) in LLVM. Mehdi Amini and Hal Finkel will be mentoring me for this project. > > IPRA can reduce code size and runtime of programs by allocating register across the module and procedure boundaries. > > I have identified some old but effective research work on this area. > I want community's feedback for feasibility of these approach and I am targeting to implement two of them during this project. > > Here is list of the papers, I have read first two papers and...
2004 Aug 22
2
[LLVMdev] How to handle nested procedures?
How would following Pascal code be translated to LLVM? procedure outer(a: integer): integer; procedure inner(b: integer): integer; begin return a + b end; begin return inner(a) end; If outer(10) is called, it returns 20. The problem here is that inner has access to the locals and formal arguments of outer. I do not see any direct sup...
2006 Mar 28
2
Mysql stored procedures from Rails
Hi all, I know stored procedures are considered evil around, but there are times when you just have to use them. In the project I''m working on, I needed to call a mysql5 stored procedure, but I only got an error message saying "ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid: Mysql::Error: PROCEDURE vc.testsp can''t return a...
2016 May 15
2
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...>> I am Vivek from India. Thanks for choosing my proposal for Interprocedural Register Allocation (IPRA) in LLVM. Mehdi Amini and Hal Finkel will be mentoring me for this project. >> >> IPRA can reduce code size and runtime of programs by allocating register across the module and procedure boundaries. >> >> I have identified some old but effective research work on this area. >> I want community's feedback for feasibility of these approach and I am targeting to implement two of them during this project. >> >> Here is list of the papers, I have read...
2012 Oct 02
4
[LLVMdev] [RFC] Parallelization metadata and intrinsics in LLVM (for OpenMP, etc.)
Chris, > My comment was mostly in response to the Intel proposal, which effectively translates OpenMP pragmas directly into llvm intrinsics + metadata. I can't imagine a way to make this work *correctly* without massive changes to the optimizer. There are three ways to make this work correctly: 1) Ignore OpenMP-related intrinsics and associated metadata. Least effort, least benefit (no
2004 Aug 22
0
[LLVMdev] How to handle nested procedures?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeff Cohen" <jeffc at jolt-lang.org> To: <LLVMdev at cs.uiuc.edu> Sent: Saturday, August 21, 2004 7:35 PM Subject: [LLVMdev] How to handle nested procedures? > How would following Pascal code be translated to LLVM? > > procedure outer(a: integer): integer; > procedure inner(b: integer): integer; > begin > return a + b > end; > begin > return inner(a) > end; > > If outer(10) is called, i...
1999 Jun 27
2
paste and path ?
Dear friends. I have trobpe with path. Below I have tried to paste a path and file name but it will not work > path <- "D:/rw0641/own/own/procedures/GFR_TIME" > path [1] "D:/rw0641/own/own/procedures/GFR_TIME" > path1 <- paste(path,"gfr.txt",sep="/") > path1 [1] "D:/rw0641/own/own/procedures/GFR_TIME/gfr.txt" -- this is good enough &gt...
2012 Oct 03
0
[LLVMdev] [RFC] Parallelization metadata and intrinsics in LLVM (for OpenMP, etc.)
On Oct 2, 2012, at 3:09 AM, Andrey Bokhanko <andreybokhanko at gmail.com> wrote: > Chris, > >> My comment was mostly in response to the Intel proposal, which effectively translates OpenMP pragmas directly into llvm intrinsics + metadata. I can't imagine a way to make this work *correctly* without massive changes to the optimizer. > > There are three ways to make this
2016 May 11
3
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...ndia. Thanks for choosing my proposal for >> Interprocedural Register Allocation (IPRA) in LLVM. Mehdi Amini and Hal >> Finkel will be mentoring me for this project. >> >> IPRA can reduce code size and runtime of programs by allocating register >> across the module and procedure boundaries. >> >> I have identified some old but effective research work on this area. >> I want community's feedback for feasibility of these approach and I am >> targeting to implement two of them during this project. >> >> Here is list of the papers, I hav...
2005 Dec 20
8
Using rails with stored procedures
Hi all! I am quite new to rails, and I would like to know if there is a tutorial, or if someone can tell me how to use rails with stored procedures and views. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks to all -- ------------------------------------------- Gioachino Bartolotta
2009 Jan 28
1
Faced Problems with RODBC package 1.2-5 and 1.2-4 for windows
Hi, I am facing problems with RODBC package 1.2-5 and 1.2-4 built for windows. I am using R 2.8.1 version. I faced some problems when I was trying to execute sql procedure from R with exec/execute statement . Stored procedure contains code/statements : 1) Call to another procedure (R calls one procedure which itself calls another procedure) 2) Iteration (while loop) I created stored procedure in which I used w...
2016 May 11
3
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...xams. > > I am Vivek from India. Thanks for choosing my proposal for Interprocedural Register Allocation (IPRA) in LLVM. Mehdi Amini and Hal Finkel will be mentoring me for this project. > > IPRA can reduce code size and runtime of programs by allocating register across the module and procedure boundaries. > > I have identified some old but effective research work on this area. > I want community's feedback for feasibility of these approach and I am targeting to implement two of them during this project. > > Here is list of the papers, I have read first two papers and...
2016 May 11
2
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...on ? And also only codegen order > needs to be changed to DFS on call graph. And currently no > intra-procedural register is using UsedPhysRegMask to avoid > load/store. Does it mean we need to change that ? Or I am getting it > wrong. No, it just means that the "scanning" procedure is simple, it does not actually need to visit each instruction. -Hal > - Vivek > > > On May 11, 2016, at 10:47 AM, Hal Finkel via llvm-dev < > > > llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org > wrote: > > > > > > > From: "Matthias Braun" < matze at...
2016 May 11
2
[GSoC 2016] Interprocedural Register Allocation - Introduction and Feedback
...xams. > > I am Vivek from India. Thanks for choosing my proposal for Interprocedural Register Allocation (IPRA) in LLVM. Mehdi Amini and Hal Finkel will be mentoring me for this project. > > IPRA can reduce code size and runtime of programs by allocating register across the module and procedure boundaries. > > I have identified some old but effective research work on this area. > I want community's feedback for feasibility of these approach and I am targeting to implement two of them during this project. > > Here is list of the papers, I have read first two papers and...
2020 Mar 13
3
[GSOC] "Project: Improve inter-procedural analyses and optimisations"
Hi all, My name is Fahad Nayyar. I am an undergraduate student from India. I am interested to participate in GSOC under the project “Improve inter-procedural analyses and optimizations”. I have been using LLVM for the past 8 months. I have written various intra-procedural analysis in LLVM as FunctionPass for my course projects and research projects. But I’ve not contributed to the LLVM
2011 May 17
1
mysql call stored procedure
Hi Guys, I am getting an error when executing another mysql query in dialplan after calling stored procedure. If calling the procedure from mysql cli it gives a result like: mysql> call call_control(78236721,1000,1233); +------+ | pass | +------+ | 1 | +------+ So I need asterisk to recognize this pass and take some actions based on what the pass value is. Dialplan looks like this: MYSQL(Connect co...
2010 May 07
0
Cluster procedure using geographical neighborhood
...on segmentation of a GIS database. My problem is DS> that I have a set of points over a region and I need to define sub DS> region characterised by small inside variability. DS> The application seems to apply a hierarchical cluster analysis, but the DS> agglomeration procedure should consider only pairs of clusters or of DS> points that are neighbours. DS> This can be performed deleting the dissimilarities in the dissimilarity DS> matrix (for example calculated with the dist() procedure in R) that DS> refers to pairs of points that are not...
2006 Jan 09
4
Lack of support of Stored Procedures is a Show Stopper
In my opinion most mature/complex client/server or n-tier applications using SQL Server, Oracle, or MySQL, use stored procedures. Without support (except by use of the execute method) for Stored Procedures, Ruby on Rails or MonoRail is a Show Stopper. We are unable to effectively use Ruby On Rails as all access to the db is using Stored Procedures. This does not mean that we are unable to use ORM. In fact, if we were to...