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2004 Mar 11
1
Re: Fax support and 'f' DTMF tone extension & Asterisk mangling faxes
For whom asked me support for capi devices, that's here: http://www.junghanns.net/asterisk/ I'm using a AVM B1 card. also AVM passive card (FRITZ!PCI) works.... Then is you use SuSe all is configured by yast... Hello, probably is a feature what I'm asking for but because of my inexperience to asterisk this is my question: I've configured CAPI ISDN to receive
2011 Jun 13
3
[LLVMdev] Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions?
On 11-06-12 7:40 PM, John McCall wrote: > On Jun 12, 2011, at 2:14 PM, Cameron Zwarich wrote: > >> > On Jun 12, 2011, at 1:25 AM, Duncan Sands wrote: >> > >>> >> Hi Sohail, >>> >> >>>> >>> Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions? >>> >> >>> >> not currently. The
2011 Jun 12
6
[LLVMdev] Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions?
On Jun 12, 2011, at 1:25 AM, Duncan Sands wrote: > Hi Sohail, > >> Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions? > > not currently. The first step in this direction is to get rid of the invoke > instruction and attach exception handling information to basic blocks. See >
2011 Jun 13
0
[LLVMdev] Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions?
On Jun 12, 2011, at 5:31 PM, Sohail Somani wrote: > On 11-06-12 7:40 PM, John McCall wrote: >> On Jun 12, 2011, at 2:14 PM, Cameron Zwarich wrote: >> >>>> On Jun 12, 2011, at 1:25 AM, Duncan Sands wrote: >>>> >>>>>> Hi Sohail, >>>>>> >>>>>>>> Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous
2011 Jun 12
0
[LLVMdev] Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions?
On Jun 12, 2011, at 2:14 PM, Cameron Zwarich wrote: > On Jun 12, 2011, at 1:25 AM, Duncan Sands wrote: > >> Hi Sohail, >> >>> Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions? >> >> not currently. The first step in this direction is to get rid of the invoke >> instruction and attach exception handling information to basic blocks. See
2005 Sep 07
4
[LLVMdev] LiveIntervals, replace register with representative register?
I don't understand the following code snippet in LiveIntervalAnalysis.cpp. Why changing the type of the opreand from a virtual register to a machine register? The register number (reg) is still a virtual register index (>1024). bool LiveIntervals::runOnMachineFunction(MachineFunction &fn) { // perform a final pass over the instructions and compute spill //
2005 Sep 07
0
[LLVMdev] LiveIntervals, replace register with representative register?
On Wed, 2005-09-07 at 15:09 +0800, Tzu-Chien Chiu wrote: > I don't understand the following code snippet in LiveIntervalAnalysis.cpp. > > Why changing the type of the opreand from a virtual register to a > machine register? The register number (reg) is still a virtual > register index (>1024). > > > bool LiveIntervals::runOnMachineFunction(MachineFunction &fn)
2005 Sep 07
1
[LLVMdev] LiveIntervals, replace register with representative register?
On 08/09/05, Alkis Evlogimenos <evlogimenos at gmail.com> wrote: > representative register (found using a union find algorithm). Note that > the representative register could be a real register if we ever joined > an interval of a real register with one of a virtual register (and this > real register will be the representative register of the set of > intervals joined
2008 Jul 24
2
[LLVMdev] Indirect Branch Representation
Hi, I was thinking about the ways to represent indirect branch in LLVM. It seems that "Switch instruction" is the only way to logically represent indirect branch inside LLVM. Is there any other easier way to represent indirect branch in LLVM? Thanks Kapil -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2005 Jun 03
2
Setting up calls through the manager interface
Hello all! I am currently making a script which is supposed to set up a call on request from a user, say, through a web page, for support issues etc. I am new into both asterisk and php, but I am working my way through the path as good as I can. Basically, what I would want to do, is to give the user the possibility to initiate a call by clicking a button. I?ve seen a cgi-alternative for this,
2009 May 28
6
[LLVMdev] mov instruction in LLVM IR
The input language is at assembly level, and the location akin to a %temp ( a virtual register if you will) and contains moves from one virtual to another. Though these are not like memory but I could represent them as local variables and do loads and stores; so I dont know how to represent it in C except as local variables. On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 4:06 PM, Mike Stump <mrs at apple.com>
2012 Feb 28
3
[LLVMdev] Predicate registers/condition codes question
Hey folks, We are having some difficulty with how we have been representing our predicate registers, and wanted some advice from the list. First, we had been representing our predicate registers as 1 bit (i1). The truth, however, is that they are 8 bits. The reason for this is that they serve as predicates for conditional execution of instructions, branch conditio...
2020 Aug 21
3
[RFC][LLVM] New Constant type for representing function PLT entries
...nces at lists.llvm.org> On Behalf Of Fangrui > Song via llvm-dev > Sent: Thursday, August 20, 2020 10:18 PM > To: Leonard Chan <leonardchan at google.com> > Cc: llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> > Subject: [EXT] Re: [llvm-dev] [RFC][LLVM] New Constant type for > representing function PLT entries > > A @plt modifer (x86-32, x86-64 and aarch64) in assembly refers to a > function whose address can be insignificant. The assembler produces an > R_386_PLT32/R_X86_64_PLT32/R_AARCH64_PLT32 relocation which will be > resolved by the linker to either: >...
2011 Jun 13
1
[LLVMdev] Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions?
On 11-06-12 8:53 PM, John McCall wrote: >> > The CFG point is a valid point. In what I've read on the topic so far >> > (yay Internet), it seems like the CFG would have to represent the fact >> > that control can jump to a handler after nearly every instruction in the >> > presence of async exceptions. The Hotspot compiler probably does this. >> >
2007 Jul 17
0
Bug#433533: xen-3.0: warnings building source diff after first attempt
Package: xen-3.0 Version: 3.0.4-1-1 Severity: minor Starting from a fresh source package, if you build the package once and then attempt to build it again, there are file permissions not being cleaned up that then cause warnings when building the source package. Here is the section of the build log: dh_clean dpkg-source -b xen-3.0-3.0.4-1 dpkg-source: building xen-3.0 using existing
2010 Apr 19
0
Representing networks on the node...
I meant to send this out a while back, but don't see that I ever actually sent it. I'm currently reworking the matahari agents to clean up the code, refactor elements and also enhance the agents. And the one that has me stumped is the NIC agent. The main problem is that, if we're going to represent network interfaces, we shouldn't limit it to only physical devices. Instead, I
2011 Jun 12
0
[LLVMdev] Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions?
On Jun 12, 2011, at 2:14 PM, Cameron Zwarich <zwarich at apple.com> wrote: > On Jun 12, 2011, at 1:25 AM, Duncan Sands wrote: > >> Hi Sohail, >> >>> Is LLVM expressive enough to represent asynchronous exceptions? >> >> not currently. The first step in this direction is to get rid of the invoke >> instruction and attach exception handling
2005 Mar 06
9
How to do SQL queries outside of AR
...I don''t think AR can be made to handle that situation. You can assign the table name; but that''s a class variable so any particular derived class can only represent one table at a time (ie, you can''t have two ''UserTable'' objects at the same time, one representing UserTable1000 and the other representing UserTable 1001). Anyway, does anyone know how I can do queries inside the Controller, or how I can hack an ActiveRecord object to work with many different tables? Maybe I should just make a dummy ActiveRecord object and write class methods to return my...
2011 Aug 27
4
to represent color range on plot segment
Dear R community, With an advantage of being "NEW" to R, I would like to post a very basic query here, I am in need of representing gene expression data which ranges from -0.09 to +4, on plot "segment". please find below the data df, the expression values are in df[,2]. kindly help me with the code, so that I can represent the values with a clear color gradient (something like -0.09 to 0 as red gradient and 0 to +4 as...
2020 Aug 20
4
[RFC][LLVM] New Constant type for representing function PLT entries
Hi all, We would like to propose a new Constant type in LLVM for representing entries in the Procedure Linkage Table (PLT). The PLT is a data structure used for dispatching position-independent function calls to appropriate functions where the address of the function is not known statically. Right now, if a call is made to a function, it may be lowered to a direct call to t...