Request Permission for approve-after-commit for Profiling Infrastructure.

Hi,

since I'm planing on a whole bunch of changes in the area of the
Profiling Infrastructure I would like to ask humbly if it is possible to
have approve-after-commit permission for the following files:

include/llvm/Analysis/ProfileInfo.h
include/llvm/Analysis/ProfileInfoLoader.h
include/llvm/Analysis/ProfileInfoTypes.h
lib/Analysis/ProfileEstimatorPass.cpp
lib/Analysis/ProfileInfo.cpp
lib/Analysis/ProfileInfoLoader.cpp
lib/Analysis/ProfileInfoLoaderPass.cpp
lib/Transforms/Instrumentation/*
runtime/libprofile/*

Also I would have to add some modules (new files) in Analysis,
Transforms/Instrumentation and libprofile.

This would allow me to make the changes very incrementally and that in
turn makes it easier to review the changes.

Thanks, Andi

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You are the first person to hack on them in any significant way since:
r24493 | alenhar2 | 2005-11-27 18:58:09
I haven't needed or looked at them since around then. Which is to say
fine by me if it were up to me. The only still active author of code
(not just cleanups) in the profiling directory besides me is Chris.

Andrew

Please read the developer policy document and send me the requested info, offline.

-Chris

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Hi,

since I'm planing on a whole bunch of changes in the area of the
Profiling Infrastructure I would like to ask humbly if it is possible to
have approve-after-commit permission for the following files:

include/llvm/Analysis/ProfileInfo.h
include/llvm/Analysis/ProfileInfoLoader.h
include/llvm/Analysis/ProfileInfoTypes.h
lib/Analysis/ProfileEstimatorPass.cpp
lib/Analysis/ProfileInfo.cpp
lib/Analysis/ProfileInfoLoader.cpp
lib/Analysis/ProfileInfoLoaderPass.cpp
lib/Transforms/Instrumentation/*
runtime/libprofile/*

Also I would have to add some modules (new files) in Analysis,
Transforms/Instrumentation and libprofile.

This is fine with me, then I won't feel as guilty about my long review cycle. :slight_smile:

This would allow me to make the changes very incrementally and that in
turn makes it easier to review the changes.

Yay!

- Daniel