Good Morning, all,
I stumbled across a couple o’ three of curious things in the LLVM code. I’m too new to this to know whether these are functioning correctly or not. Guidance would be appreciated.
Perhaps it is something I have done wrong, but my executions of llc are creating two FPPassManager objects (that run different sets of passes). FPPassManager contains a static char ID (as expected), so I expected only one FPPassManager object to be constructed during a single execution.
LocalStackSlotAllocation::runOnMachineFunction returns true even when it has not changed the data (in any way that I can see).
The destructor of SelectionDAGISel deletes MF, a pointer to a member variable the class did not new.
Again, I’m too new to LLVM to know whether these things are as designed or unintentional.
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