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2018 Feb 08
0
Calling virtual elf functions under windows -> Adding ASM code
Hello everyone, I'm sorry for "flooding" your inbox, but I wanted to extend my message which is shown below. The problem is still not solved and I'm more confused then before. I compiled the code - the one seen in the pictures to elf bc and to msvc (pecoff) bc. Then I used llc to generate assembler output. In my opinion the involved functions are acting exactly the same.
2018 Feb 20
2
Calling virtual elf functions under windows -> Adding ASM code
Still no progress with this problem. Only that non-member functions seems to be working... Also: Even when I set the target triple of the Module (when the file was parsed at runtime) to "COFF" nothing changes... From: Bjoern Gaier/HE/HORIBA To: llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org Cc: cfe-dev at lists.llvm.org Date: 08.02.2018 12:28 Subject: Re: Calling virtual elf
2018 Feb 22
0
[cfe-dev] Calling virtual elf functions under windows -> Adding ASM code
Hi Björn, It's correct - I tried casting the virtual function to a regular function. > But I also tried using the virtual function in the normal way. > Yes. If I understand your setup correctly you have a base class, Interface, which is currently compiled into your application, and you are creating a derived class in JIT'd code, and returning an Interface pointer to an instance of
2011 Nov 08
0
Sound shuts off when going past the main menu in MGS1
I've got Metal Gear Solid running fairly smoothly in Wine 1.3.31 on Mac OSX Snow Leopard, with no instability or crashes so far. When I start the game, the sound acts as it should-- however, going past the main menu (such as to Briefing or New Game) causes the sound to stop working. How can this issue be fixed? Here's my console output: Code:
2000 Jul 17
2
sshd -i problem under 2.1.1p4 as well
I have encountered the same problem with sshd -i (under Mandrake linux 6.1) as that described by Ben L Perkins, this time with 2.1.1p4: ... Last login: Mon Jul 17 12:04:50 2000 from orpheus.qimr.edu.au -bash: ?oe90: command not found -bash: glorious: command not found -bash: ?]r90: command not found -bash: marshall4: command not found Connection to orpheus.qimr.edu.au closed. log: Jul 17
2018 Feb 07
2
Ip based peer probe volume create error
Hi, i attached logs. node3_cmd_history.log is empty because i did not run any command on node3. At logs i saw node 1 peer status contains ip addresses as peer. But other nodes node1 visible at it?s name . node 1 peer status is root at pri:/var/log/glusterfs# gluster peer status Number of Peers: 2 Hostname: 51.15.90.60 Uuid: eed0d6c6-90ef-4705-b3f9-0b028d769df3 State: Peer in
2018 Feb 07
0
Current PGO status
Victor, please file a bug tracking the issue. We can put relevant information there including test cases used in the experiment etc. thanks, David On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 2:15 PM, Victor Leschuk <vleschuk at accesssoftek.com> wrote: > David, could you please clarify on which code did you gain 10% > improvement? I have run numerous tests with and w/o this option and it > looks
2018 Feb 06
2
Current PGO status
Hello David, thanks for detailed response! Do you have any tests that you use to measure the PGO effectiveness? I have tested clang version 6.0 with the same sample that Jie Chen used in 2016 and actually both frontend-based PGO and IR-based make code run slower, see the average time: clang++ -O3: 3.15 sec  clang++ -O3 and -fprofile-instr-use: 3.160 sec clang++ -O3 and -fprofile-use: 3.180 sec
2018 Mar 22
0
Broken relocation for generating offsets?
I wouldn't be surprised if JITing COFF files on Windows doesn't work so well, since the object file format assumes most symbols are dllimport or within the local 2GB module address range. I'm not familiar with the current JIT state of the art, though. On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 1:45 AM via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote: > Hello, > > I append another clue I
2020 Mar 17
1
valid BasicAA behavior?
AliasAnalysis and dependence analysis answer different problems. AA check whether two memory ranges accessed at the same time (i.e. in the same iteration) do not overlap. DI checks when two accesses, not necessarily executed in the same iteration, do overlap. DI makes use of AA in verifying that the base pointer (with unknown size), at the beginning of the loop, themselves do not overlap. If they
2018 Feb 07
0
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
On Wed, 2018-02-07 at 00:16 +0000, Chandler Carruth wrote: > > At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to have > > identical names — just like we do for builtins and other stuff, to > > avoid having differences between clang and GCC which just end up > > seeming capricious and being hard to work around. Having matching > > command line options would
2018 Mar 22
2
Broken relocation for generating offsets?
Hello, I append another clue I found out: The problem is definitely not caused by "__ImageBase" the problem comes with the "OFFSET". I generated another object file which crashed. The commonality: mov edx, DWORD PTR ?normalPlanschbecken@@3HA ; normalPlanschbecken lea rcx, OFFSET FLAT :??_C at _0CC@LCMJAIPO at Reading?5?$CCnormalPlanschbecken?$CC?5?$CFi@
2017 May 29
1
JIT - Resolve obj file without a main
Hello Lang, so you are part of the "Jitter-Team"? I'm really interested in this whole jitting-process. I wanted to know, is there a way to load other obj-files, than the one created with clang? Could I load - for example - a obj-File from VisualStudio? Or will the namemangeling fail? Kind regards Björn From: Lang Hames <lhames at gmail.com> To: bjoern.gaier at
2018 Feb 07
2
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
On Wed, 2018-02-07 at 00:26 +0000, Chandler Carruth wrote: > On Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 4:16 PM Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at google.com > > wrote: > > On Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 2:56 PM David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org > > > wrote: > > > At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to > > > have identical names — just like we do for
2017 Oct 18
2
Clang/LLVM JIT - When to use "registerEHFrames()"
> So... there is no way to make throw and catch working in a jitted code > under Windows? > I have used throw and catch in jitted code, so "no way" is too strong. But there's a large range of possible states between "no way" and "always enabled OOTB". Currently, this is pretty close to the "mostly unimplemented" side of the spectrum in LLVM.
2001 Dec 06
0
Out of memory using wineconsole
Hi, I tried to launch Windows ME's ftp.exe with wineconsole. Command line was : wineconsole --winver=winme ftp In result my system hangs, found in /var/log/messages : snoop kernel: Out of Memory: Killed process 14041 (wineconsole). Strange, because I have no problem running ftp without wineconsole. I have sufficient memory (208 MB swap,256MB physical).
2018 Feb 07
0
Ip based peer probe volume create error
Hi, Could you please send me the glusterd.logs and cmd-history logs from all the nodes. Thanks Gaurav On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 5:13 PM, Ercan Aydo?an <ercan.aydogan at gmail.com> wrote: > Hello, > > i have dedicated 3.11.3 version glusterfs 3 nodes. i can create volumes if > peer probe with hostname. > > But ip based probe it?s not working. > > What?s the correct
2012 Jan 04
0
[LLVMdev] generating ELF files on non-ELF platforms with MC
Hello > Is there an existing method to generate ELF objects with MC on Windows, > without modifying MC? Here "on windows" you mean you want to generate the ELF file with windows-specific code inside? -- With best regards, Anton Korobeynikov Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Saint Petersburg State University
2012 Jan 04
0
[LLVMdev] generating ELF files on non-ELF platforms with MC
> Yes, what I mean is that I want to generate runnable Windows code, on Windows, but package in ELF as the object file. Note that there's absolutely no problem with this approach - in fact we have a functional prototype already. > The reason for this is that I currently want to employ MC-JIT on both Linux and Windows, without implementing two separate runtime dynamic loaders. I want to
2013 Oct 22
0
[LLVMdev] Size limitations in MCJIT / ELF Dynamic Linker/ ELF codegen?
I'm not aware of such a limitation. What architecture, code model and relocation model are you using? Are you using the SectionMemoryManager? -Andy From: Yaron Keren [mailto:yaron.keren at gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 8:12 AM To: <llvmdev at cs.uiuc.edu>; Kaylor, Andrew Subject: Size limitations in MCJIT / ELF Dynamic Linker/ ELF codegen? I'm running in