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David Edelsohn <email@example.com> writes:
> So far all I read is complaints from you and Richard, but no
> offers to implement your more extensive proposal in the next few weeks.
> You simply are making demands that volunteers implement more extensive
> transformation. This is a giant Bike Shed preventing incremental
> improvement in GCC.
I don't understand what you mean here. I'm asking for the target uses
of no_new_pseudos to be kept the same -- with no_new_pseudos defined as
a macro, if necessary -- whereas Kenny is trying to get rid of them.
Surely getting rid of something is a more extensive change than keeping
it? Especially since Kenny often says that changing the backend is not
something he's particularly comfortable doing. What Alex and I are
suggesting seems to require fewer backend changes.