forgot to mention. I got accepted as postgradual student today too.
Name: Jan Hubicka
Member since: 2002-05-25 16:54:48
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I am now working mostly on GCC development. CFG code, x86-64, i386 code and so on... I am also maintaining koules, XaoS, aa-lib and BB packages, wroking for SuSE and studying CS on Charles University, Prague
Lots of GCC fun recent days. SOme interesting reload bugs are gone, other appeared, x86-64 port for 3.1.1 is getting stabilized (under controll?). Most interesting is mainline development. Today I got approval for dominance changes, so next cfg-branch merger will be nightmare again. RIchard appears to like the unroller bits as well. In case we do it next 2 days, real majority of cfg branch would get into the mainline that is great luck.
I've also found new proof of universality of H in my paper and scheduled holidays.
Lots of fun, not enought time to write diarry this week. Still I am fixing important bugs in the SSE/MMX/x86-64 support for gcc 3.1, but had some time for mainline development too. I finally have the new datastructure for dominators, so I believe everything is in the place for mainline merigng of the new loop optimizer, but I am not quite sure whether we can do it, as I am leaving in one week, but lets have fun.
Second day spend with GCC, good. I was missing it :) Richard has OKayed Zdenek's loop patch and reviewed mines tracer, so I have something to play with in the mainline.
I've also merged mainline to the branch and it went relatively well, so now I can post the double test pass, as Robert seems to be touching same problems but from frontend side.
Also I should probably attempt to push in webizer once tracer is OK, what I hope to happen today.
OK, I've passed the finals, so now it is time for GCC hacking. Lets start with the boring stuff I was delaying for a while. Hope to have ready patch for scope regions and BB numbering today
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