Two Hoopl questions
marlowsd at gmail.com
Tue Aug 13 12:13:50 CEST 2013
On 26/07/13 22:56, Edward Z. Yang wrote:
>> Thank you Edward. I am aware of these requirements - my problem is writing the code in which these
>> will always hold (I'm optimizing Cmm and hand-written Cmm files tend to cause many problems that
>> don't appear in automatically generated Cmm). Having a debugging tool in form of Fuel would be
>> helpful for me, because instead of getting a freeze and seeing no output from -ddump-cmm I would
>> see incorrectly transformed Cmm that would allow me to track bugs more easily.
> In that case, I would recommend taking a look at when -dopt-fuel got removed
> and seeing if you can put it back in. I quite liked this feature and it is
> too bad it is gone.
Guilty. I got rid of the fuel (in GHC's version of the dataflow
algorithm). I think removing it was worth a percent or two in
compile-time performance - not a lot, but this was one of a whole heap
of such things that I did to get the new codegen from about 100% to 5%
I've no objection to the idea of optimisation fuel, but it should be an
optional thing that doesn't cost anything if you don't use it.
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