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[PATCH 08/10] Documentation for the JIT library (Re: Patches 5-10 of jit merger)
- From: David Malcolm <dmalcolm at redhat dot com>
- To: jit at gcc dot gnu dot org, "gcc-patches at gcc dot gnu dot org" <gcc-patches at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Cc: dmalcolm at redhat dot com
- Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 12:56:53 -0400
- Subject: [PATCH 08/10] Documentation for the JIT library (Re: Patches 5-10 of jit merger)
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On Tue, 2014-10-14 at 11:09 -0400, David Malcolm wrote:
> On Mon, 2014-10-13 at 13:45 -0400, David Malcolm wrote:
> > I'd like to merge the JIT branch into trunk:
> > https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/JIT
> > This is "v2" since it incorporates fixes for the various issues
> > identified by Joseph in an earlier submission:
> > https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2014-09/msg02056.html
> > I've split up the current diff between trunk and the branch into 5
> > areas for ease of review (and to allow for early merger of the
> > supporting work, if it's deemed ready):
> > patch 1: exposes an entrypoint in libiberty that I need
> > patch 2: configure and Makefile changes in "gcc"
> > patch 3: timevar.h: Add an auto_timevar class
> > patch 4: State cleanups in "gcc"
> > patch 5: Add the "jit" code itself
> > [this is a diff of trunk r215958 aka
> > e012cdc775868e9922f5fef9068a764546876d93 which is from 2014-10-06,
> > vs jit branch version 75b3ee7acdc6de55354d65bb7d619386463e50a1].
> > I've successfully bootstrapped and regression-tested the cumulative
> > result of all of the patches against a control build, building them
> > both with --enable-host-shared, and with
> > --enable-languages=c,c++,objc,obj-c++,java,fortran,ada,go,lto
> > adding ",jit" to the test build (both on x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu;
> > Fedora 20).
> > There were no regressions vs the control build, and the patched build
> > gains a jit.sum, with 4663 passes (and no failures).
> > OK for trunk?
> Patch 5 seems to have been too large, even compressed, so I'm breaking
> it up into separate pieces and compressing, giving 10 patches in total
> Patches 1-4 are as above.
> Patch 5: remaining JIT-related changes outside of the gcc/jit/ subdir
> Patch 6: the core of the JIT implementation: the gcc/jit subdir
> Patch 7: the testsuite: gcc/testsuite/jit.dg
> Patch 8: sphinx-based documentation: the gcc/jit/docs subdir
> Patch 9: texinfo documentation autogenerated from the sphinx sources.
> Patch 10: the ChangeLog.jit logs from the branch.
For some reason, patches 8 and 9 don't seem to have made it through to
the list, even after a couple of attempts.
Here's the ChangeLog for patch 8:
* docs/Makefile: New.
* docs/conf.py: New.
* docs/examples/install-hello-world.c: New.
* docs/examples/tut01-square.c: New.
* docs/examples/tut02-sum-of-squares.c: New.
* docs/examples/tut03-toyvm/Makefile: New.
* docs/examples/tut03-toyvm/factorial.toy: New.
* docs/examples/tut03-toyvm/fibonacci.toy: New.
* docs/examples/tut03-toyvm/toyvm.c: New.
* docs/index.rst: New.
* docs/internals/index.rst: New.
* docs/intro/factorial.png: New.
* docs/intro/index.rst: New.
* docs/intro/install.rst: New.
* docs/intro/sum-of-squares.png: New.
* docs/intro/tutorial01.rst: New.
* docs/intro/tutorial02.rst: New.
* docs/intro/tutorial03.rst: New.
* docs/topics/contexts.rst: New.
* docs/topics/expressions.rst: New.
* docs/topics/functions.rst: New.
* docs/topics/index.rst: New.
* docs/topics/locations.rst: New.
* docs/topics/objects.rst: New.
* docs/topics/results.rst: New.
* docs/topics/types.rst: New.
The new files can be seen at:
HTML built from these (via sphinx) can be seen at: