Because dlopen is not fun. Support for dlopen over all platforms supported by LLVM is even less fun (icky).
I’ve made a match proposing to move ItaniumManglingCanonicalizer/SymbolRemappingReader to ProfileData here: ⚙ D143318 [Support] Move ItaniumManglingCanonicalizer and SymbolRemappingReader from Support to ProfileData
I have introduced
llvm-cg-tblgen internally, to isolate GISel and other codegen emitters. It certainly reduces the latency.
At first, I will isolate codegen stuff from IntrinsicEmitter.
(Oh excuse me, who is eligible to be a reviewer?)
to answer this specific question, I think anyone is eligible. Usually we look into the commit history (of the files you changed) and tag people who are most relevant as the reviewers. Though not always, you can also tag the code owner.
chapuni has been associated with LLVM for a long time, so I think he understands who’s eligible. But his native language is Japanese. I think the real question is, who would be an appropriate reviewer.
I wondered when I implemented
llvm-cg-tblgen. I noticed it would make harder to configure llvm. (Imagine
LLVM_CG_TABLEGENin CMake cache. I think it is hairy.
llvm-lite-tblgenas a subset of
llvm-tblgento satisfy building critical path (and hopefully MVT in the future) in-tree. Build and export
llvm-tblgenas the fullset to build CodeGen.
@pogo59 Thank you for correcting my improper wording. (To be honest, I checked up dictionaries then)
@mshockwave I think the most possible candidate would be “sabre” to me. I was really confused when I checked up the log.
Actually - we ran into this issue last year… Clang-tools-extra ended up with 2 new build-time executables, which needed similar variables for pointing out such a preexisting binary; we added similar cmake variables for pointing out those executables.
But keeping track of all new build-time executables is a bit of a mess, which is why we recently added a new, different cmake variable -
LLVM_NATIVE_TOOL_DIR ([CMake] Allow setting the location of host tools with LLVM_NATIVE_TOO… · llvm/llvm-project@d3da906 · GitHub, and docs added in [docs] Add/update docs regarding LLVM_NATIVE_TOOL_DIR vs LLVM_TABLEGEN · llvm/llvm-project@95a2aec · GitHub) - which lets you set only one variable, and all build-time executables can be picked up from it.
With that setting available, it shouldn’t be too much of an issue with respect cmake settings, if we’d split the tblgen tools further.
I have created another patch.
It shall make things easier;
- To move files to other tablegen executables.
- To introduce emitter plugins.
I have posted practical changes in TableGen.
This should be 1st step to generate
Since I have committed D143844 as llvmorg-17-init-4919-g59fe64ae47d2,
IntrinsicEmitter has become independent from other CodeGen emitters.
This is an experiment of
llvm-tblgen (w/o CodeGen emitters) finishes building in 6 seconds.
I know many tests in
test/TableGen should be updated to use
llvm-cg-tblgen. I will propose patches in this weekend.
This is the top of
test-depends. The gap has been reduced so much, 20s to 9s. It is a big win on manycore machines. You can see that CodeGen emitters (including GISelEmitter) are independent from
llvm-tblgenspends 8s to build, more than the graph above. I guess due to OS scheduler, I/O bottleneck, or processor’s power management.)
Thank you. Happy hacking!
I have created the diffusion for
I am working for unifying
I have introduced
llvm-min-tblgen. (⚙ D146352 Introduce `llvm-min-tblgen` to build public header files, and some fixups) This is dedicated for generating public header files.
The longest chain will be;
- (the longest target module)