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Re: [PATCH][RFC] Remove TODO_ggc_collect, collect unconditionally


On 04/11/2013 12:05 PM, Richard Biener wrote:
> Any particular suggestions?  The easiest "split" is to emit
> a '================ reload/lra =============' marker (or similar).

It's about getting a dump of the insns, in two separate files so that
one can do diffs (between sched1/ira or ira/reload).

> Another possibility is to try making the IRA/reload/LRA boundary
> GC safe (I didn't even try to see what is missing).  As other
> people noted that they are two distinct "passes" is an artifact
> as the IL "between" them is in no useful form (you can't insert
> any other pass inbetween).  Another possibility is to somehow
> teach the dump machinery to allow switching to an alternate
> dumpfile.
> 
> I'm for whatever is the least work for me, and a single dumpfile
> doesn't sound bad to me if the two pieces can be easily identified
> (look for example at the 000i.cgraph dump, or IPA pass dumps in general).

Why do we need to remove TODO_ggc_collect anyway? I think a straight
revert is the simplest solution.


Bernd



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