Inconsistency between LLVM Jit and pandaboard

Hi all,

I’m one of the developers of the Jade project, a Jit decoder running with LLVM 2.9. We are currently testing our decoder on a pandaboard based on an OMAP 4430 and the Jit compilation seems to crash once there is a call to a function in the LLVM IR. We have already tested this issue with lli in its 2.9 version, and this bug still stays the same. LLVM 2.9, including lli, has been compiled on the board with Ubuntu 10.10; ARM and thumbs instructions are enabled. Has anybody else done the LLVM experiment on the pandaboard?

Kind regards,

Jérôme Gorin

I'm one of the developers of the Jade project, a Jit decoder running with
LLVM 2.9. We are currently testing our decoder on a
pandaboard<http://pandaboard.org/> based
on an OMAP 4430 and the Jit compilation seems to crash once there is a call
to a function in the LLVM IR. We have already tested this issue with lli in

  Looks familar to me, although the target is PPC. :wink:
  http://lists.cs.uiuc.edu/pipermail/llvmdev/2011-March/038935.html

Regards,
chenwj

I wouldn't be surprised if you're running into the same issue(s) as
http://google1.osuosl.org:8011/builders/clang-native-arm-cortex-a9 .
Really, there isn't anyone maintaining the ARM JIT on Linux.

-Eli