Currently working at the Samsung Austin R&D Center on the Samsung next generation ARM cores.
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I'm still collecting data on other architectures, but I've observed improvements between 3 and 15% in some SPEC benchmarks, such as 253.perlbmk and 400.perlbench, and proprietary ones on AArch64.
If anyone could give me a tip on how to avoid the review to be collapsed to just the part of whichever repo was hit first by a commit, I'd appreciate it.
Wed, Apr 3
That's a good idea to follow up on, following the pattern of hasOptNone().
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Mar 11 2019
LGTM, after the minor issues below are addressed.
Feb 27 2019
TargetLoweringBase::isFPImmLegal() could have a default value of false for ForCodeSize.
Feb 11 2019
Commited extra float C99 functions in rGf4a369596f7b.
Feb 7 2019
After the nsz check is addressed, it LGTM.
Feb 6 2019
Separated functions between VC19 and float.
Feb 5 2019
Assume VC19 as the default. However, I wonder if this should be the default earlier, in the clang driver.
Restrict the improvements to VS2015.
Feb 4 2019
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Jan 30 2019
Please, add a test for AArch64 and new cases in test/Transforms/InstCombine/pow-sqrt.ll as well.
Jan 14 2019
Jan 11 2019
Replaced the test case with a MIR file.
I'm afraid that I'll need more time to craft the MIR file. Then, I might as well do the same for the other fusion tests.