JIT compiled intrinsics calls is call to null pointer

Hi Andrew,

this sounded a plausible explanation, because the X86 processor does not have an instruction to calculate the power function.

So I tried the llvm.sin.f32 intrinsic, as the X86 processor family does have an instruction for that, but I still get the same problem. While you may still be right, there is at least something else going on as well.

Thanks for your input, though.

Taco.

sin/cos on Intel is an x87 FPU instruction, but it looks like LLVM is generating SSE code instead, which relies on a library function for sin/cos/pow/etc.

Richard Mitton
richard@codersnotes.com