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Re: [tree-ssa] Avoid nondeterminism in tree-ssanames


In message <51DC2ED2-2472-11D8-9731-003065A77310@apple.com>, Mike Stump writes:
 >On Monday, December 1, 2003, at 09:49 AM, law@redhat.com wrote:
 >>   2. We desparately need a way to tell the GC system that we are done 
 >> with
 >>   a node.
 >
 >Is this more than 20 lines?
I believe it is.  Especially if you want to do it in any reasonably sane
way, including updating the hints and the page lists.


 > I know the spiffy version is more line 
 >100, but, I don't think that we need all the checking code in the first 
 >rev.
Actually, I'd claim the checking code is critical.  If we're mucking around
inside the GC system, then it had better have a goodly amount of checking
code.

Jeff


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