[tree-ssa] un-ssa - part 1

Diego Novillo dnovillo@redhat.com
Tue Apr 1 17:29:00 GMT 2003


On Tue, 2003-04-01 at 12:16, Andrew MacLeod wrote:

> Not much else here is going to be exercised or need looking at until I
> have the coalescing partitioner finished. So not really. DCE is the
> culprit, it both removes edges and adds new ones without updating the
> PHI elements.  We need a general remove_tree_edge() and you can decide
> what to do about the add... I suspect its context sensitive enough that
> a general routine may not help a whole lot.
> 
OK.  I'll look at it today, then.

> > > 	(compress_var_map): Re-map the partitions to make the list dense.
> > >
> > s/compress/compact/  We are not actually compressing nodes here
> > (i know, i'm a compulsive nitpicker).
> > 
> 
> Think so? I can change it, but I like compress better. We are
> compressing the map by squeezing out the empty slots.... But if it makes
> you happy :-)
> 
Well, english is not my first language.  But in spanish we only use
compression to mean roughly "replacing a string of bytes for a shorter
one" (gzip), while compaction is used when you are just removing the
white space to have all the elements close together.  I'll let you
decide, it's your native language after all :)





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