[Haskell-cafe] Re: [16/16] SBM: Discussion and Conclusion
dons at galois.com
Thu Jan 3 02:38:51 EST 2008
> Peter Firefly Brodersen Lund wrote:
> >Using top together with huge input files convinced me that -sstderr was
> >untrustworthy so I developed the pause-at-end preloading hack. Paranoia
> >off big time there.
> In what way did you find -sstderr untrustworthy? Perhaps it is because the
> "memory in use" figure only counts memory that the RTS knows about, and
> doesn't include malloc()'d memory. If it's anything else, I need to know
> about it.
> > o can the core/stg code be made easier to read?
> By all means - submit tickets with specific suggestions, or better still
> send patches.
It's also easier to read if you pipe it into hscolour. A little trick
I use to get dynamic syntax highlighting of core:
ghc A.hs -O2 -ddump-simpl --make | HsColour -tty | less -r
will give you coloured, scrollable syntax highlighted core.
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