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2015 Jun 18
2
[LLVMdev] Contributing a buildbot for the BPF backend
Thank you. Alexei just committed the change to SVN. Regards, Marco Leogrande Sent by a carbon-based life form; hence, it may contain repetitions, inaccuracies, logical fallacies and repetitions. On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 2:52 PM, Galina Kistanova <gkistanova at gmail.com> wrote: > LGTM. > Please commit. > > Thanks > > Galina > > On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 8:32 PM,
2015 Jun 17
2
[LLVMdev] Contributing a buildbot for the BPF backend
Galina, thanks again for your help. I have cooked a new patch that should make a bit more sense. I have added the new builder under _get_experimental_scheduled_builders(), as the comment above that function suggested me it would be a good idea. :) Does it look a reasonable start? Regards, Marco Leogrande Sent by a carbon-based life form; hence, it may contain repetitions, inaccuracies,
2012 Apr 20
2
[LLVMdev] Should repetitive basic blocks be removed in the results of LoopBase::getExitBlocks()?
Hi, all. I'm using void LoopBase::getExitBlocks (SmallVectorImpl< BlockT * > &ExitBlocks) const to get all exit blocks for a loop. The problem I find with this API is that it returns repetitive basic blocks in certain situations. Should repetitive basic blocks be removed? I have an example to show the problem. Following is the source code and the CFG is enclosed. int main() { int i = rand()%10; while ( i < 20 ) { i++; if ( i == 5) return 21; if ( i == 9) con...
2012 Apr 24
0
[LLVMdev] Should repetitive basic blocks be removed in the results of LoopBase::getExitBlocks()?
On Apr 19, 2012, at 10:43 PM, xiaoming gu <xiaoming.gu at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi, all. I'm using void LoopBase::getExitBlocks (SmallVectorImpl< BlockT * > &ExitBlocks) const to get all > exit blocks for a loop. The problem I find with this API is that it returns repetitive basic blocks in certain > situations. Should repetitive basic blocks be removed? Users generally expect a unique set of exit blocks, but don't make any strong assumption. The worst that can happen is missed optimization or redundant analysis. In most cases, the loop is in LoopSimplifyForm,...
2015 Jun 10
2
[LLVMdev] Contributing a buildbot for the BPF backend
Hello Marco, Welcome aboard! slaves.py keeps the build slaves definitions, builders.py keeps the builders definitions. You have to have both. The steps of adding a new slave is here: http://llvm.org/docs/HowToAddABuilder.html. Please make sure you done the step # 10 before bringing your slave up, otherwise it wouldn't be authorized by the master and will be blacklisted after
2006 May 08
3
Non repetitive permutations/combinations of elements
Hello all, I am trying to create a matrix of 1s and -1s without any repetitions for a specified number of columns. e.g. 1s and -1s for 3 columns can be done uniquely in 2^3 ways. -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 -1 1 1 1 -1 -1 1 -1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 and for 4 columns in 2^4 ways and so on. I finally used the function combn([0 1],3) that I found at the following link
2015 Jan 07
3
Design changes are done in Fedora
On Tue, 2015-01-06 at 18:51 -0700, Warren Young wrote: > I think we?ll figure out something new to do with computers tomorrow. Certainly by Friday at latest. You seem to forget. Computers were invented to perform repetitive tasks. Computer usage should be serving mankind - not making it more difficult for mankind. -- Regards, Paul. England, EU.
2018 Apr 16
0
how to write a loop to repetitive jobs
...1:5, function(i) { DF <-read.csv(wd(i)) DF$id <- paste0("sn7", i) DF }) seg <- do.call(rbind, seg) row.names(seg) <- NULL Hope this helps, Rui Barradas On 4/16/2018 9:54 PM, Ding, Yuan Chun wrote: > Hi All.., > > I need to do the following repetitive jobs: > > seg71 <- read.csv("C:/Awork/geneAssociation/removed8samples/neuhausen71/seg.pr3.csv", head=T) > seg71$id <-"sn71" > > seg72 <- read.csv("C:/Awork/geneAssociation/removed8samples/neuhausen72/seg.pr3....
2015 May 08
2
[LLVMdev] Contributing a buildbot for the BPF backend
Hi everyone, I am working with Alexei Starovoitov to contribute an LLVM buildbot for the experimental BPF backend. I am following the steps at [1] to setup a buildbot and I was mostly successful: I was able to setup a slave and a temporary master to check its base config. Now I'm not sure about the next step: patching the "slaves.py" and "builders.py" files in zorg. * Is
2012 Apr 24
2
[LLVMdev] Should repetitive basic blocks be removed in the results of LoopBase::getExitBlocks()?
...pr 19, 2012, at 10:43 PM, xiaoming gu <xiaoming.gu at gmail.com> wrote: > >> Hi, all. I'm using void LoopBase::getExitBlocks (SmallVectorImpl< BlockT * > &ExitBlocks) const to get all >> exit blocks for a loop. The problem I find with this API is that it returns repetitive basic blocks in certain >> situations. Should repetitive basic blocks be removed? > > Users generally expect a unique set of exit blocks, but don't make any strong assumption. The worst that can happen is missed optimization or redundant analysis. In most cases, the loop is in Loo...
2018 Apr 16
5
how to write a loop to repetitive jobs
Hi All.., I need to do the following repetitive jobs: seg71 <- read.csv("C:/Awork/geneAssociation/removed8samples/neuhausen71/seg.pr3.csv", head=T) seg71$id <-"sn71" seg72 <- read.csv("C:/Awork/geneAssociation/removed8samples/neuhausen72/seg.pr3.csv", head=T) seg72$...
2015 Jun 03
2
[LLVMdev] Replacing a repetitive sequence of code with a loop
Hey guys, in an HPC project I am working on I am given an LLVM program consisting of a linear sequence of repetitive junks of code with an uniform memory access pattern. Each code junk does the following: 1) loads some memory, 2) performs some arithmetic operations, 3) stores the result back to memory. The memory stride between consecutive junks is constant over the whole program, thus the whole program could...
2020 Jan 24
0
Repetitive RBD disk definitions
Hi, I'm using libvirt 5.0.0 on a Ceph cluster. The VM disks are all from the same Ceph pool, so all my <disk> elements are basically the same: <disk type="network" device="disk"> <driver name="qemu" type="raw" cache="none"/> <source protocol="rbd" name="vmdisks/VOLNAME">
2018 Apr 17
0
how to write a loop to repetitive jobs
..., sep="") setwd(Dir) seg[[s]] <- read.csv("seg.pr3.csv", head=T) seg[[s]]$id <- sn } Greetings, Albrecht -- Albrecht Kauffmann alkauffm at fastmail.fm Am Mo, 16. Apr 2018, um 22:54, schrieb Ding, Yuan Chun: > Hi All.., > > I need to do the following repetitive jobs: > > seg71 <- read.csv("C:/Awork/geneAssociation/removed8samples/neuhausen71/ > seg.pr3.csv", head=T) > seg71$id <-"sn71" > > seg72 <- read.csv("C:/Awork/geneAssociation/removed8samples/neuhausen72/ &...
2007 Oct 21
4
Making 'expire_fragment' available to a model?
I noticed a lot of repetition across different Sweeper models in my app expiring the same fragments and so have been trying to move all the expire_fragment calls into another model which the sweepers can then use but it''s not working as I''d hoped.. I''ve created a CacheDestroyer model and want to be able to call something to the effect of:
2009 Feb 18
1
ggplot2 Y axis labels
Hi all: Using the example below, is there a way to add Y axis titles to each graphic instead of sharing the same title? library(ggplot2) RT = matrix(c(814, 500, 424, 394, 967, 574, 472, 446),4,2) colnames(RT) = c('repetition','alternation') rownames(RT) = c('7-yrs','11-yrs','15-yrs','21-yrs') rt <- melt(RT) names(rt) <- c("age",
2012 Apr 24
0
[LLVMdev] Should repetitive basic blocks be removed in the results of LoopBase::getExitBlocks()?
hi, > Users generally expect a unique set of exit blocks, but don't make any > strong assumption. The worst that can happen is missed optimization or > redundant analysis. In most cases, the loop is in LoopSimplifyForm, so it's > probably not a problem in practice. > > > Another thing I should mention. The iteration order of ExitBlocks is > important. In llvm,
2018 May 08
0
Average of results coming from B=100 repetitions (looping)
On 5/8/2018 12:26 PM, varin sacha via R-help wrote: > > Dear R-experts, > > Here below the reproducible example. I am trying to get the average of the 100 results coming from the "lst" function. I have tried lst$mean and mean(lst). It does not work. > Any help would be highly appreciated > > #################### > > ?## R script for getting MedAe
2012 Dec 27
4
Finding (swapped) repetitions of numbers pairs across two columns
Hi, I've had this problem for a while and tackled it is a quite dirty way so I'm wondering is a better solution exists: If we have two vectors: v1 = c(0,1,2,3,4) v2 = c(5,3,2,1,0) How to remove one instance of the "3,1" / "1,3" double? At the moment I'm using the following solution, which is quite horrible: v1 = c(0,1,2,3,4) v2 = c(5,3,2,1,0) ft <-
2010 Oct 21
5
how to do repetetive command in shell
Dear all, i'm writing a certain script which does a specific task in a repetitive manner, i'm going to give a similar script with the same concept hope you could advise me to a better way: USER1="roland" USER2="dany" USER3="kevin" cp -r /opt/$USER1/test /backup/$USER1 cp -r /opt/$USER2/test /backup/$US...