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Paolo Bonzini <email@example.com> writes:
> > I am going to argue that it was a bug that we did not allow new
> > pseudos after flow had ran. And that we should have always allowed
> > pseudos before the register allocator. Since flow was so broken, we
> > could not, we added the hack no_new_pseudos get around that problem.
> > Now we are saying it is a nice abstraction but I am saying this
> > abstraction should never have happened in the first place. We now
> > have a better compiler due to the removal of the hack.
> The bad abstraction was causing quirks in *when* no_new_pseudos was
> set to 1. But no_new_pseudos is a good abstraction in itself, people
> are arguing on whether it is a better abstraction as
> "reload_in_progress || reload_completed".
We've moved past that option, now we're arguing about using