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merge tr-float into tamarin-redux

RESOLVED FIXED

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RESOLVED FIXED
6 years ago
6 years ago

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(Reporter: Brent Baker, Unassigned)

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(Blocks: 1 bug)

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Bug Flags:
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(4 attachments, 2 obsolete attachments)

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Description

6 years ago
Need to merge the tr-float repo into tamarin-redux. The float code will be merged in with the ifdef disabled.
Flags: flashplayer-triage+
Flags: flashplayer-qrb+
Flags: flashplayer-bug-
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Comment 1

6 years ago
Created attachment 582234 [details] [diff] [review]
disable float

NOTE: You MUST also rebuild the builtins and the shell_toplevel but I have NOT included them in this patch.

Comment 2

6 years ago
Also note we need to merge fr-float to flashruntime-redux roughly at the same time.

Updated

6 years ago
Depends on: 711153
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Comment 3

6 years ago
Will also need to remove asc.jar from the utils/ directory. Although it might make sense to just replace with the one that the build system normally grabs so that it is just there.
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Comment 4

6 years ago
Created attachment 582265 [details] [diff] [review]
v2. disable float
Attachment #582234 - Attachment is obsolete: true
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Comment 5

6 years ago
Created attachment 582266 [details] [diff] [review]
revert changes for bz# 692402
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Comment 6

6 years ago
Steps to disable float in order to run a buildbot sandbox:

1) apply the "v2. disable float" and "revert changes for bz# 692402" patches
2) replace utils/asc.jar with the asc.jar that is used in tamarin-redux
3) rebuild the builtin: 
    cd core; ./builtin.py -config CONFIG::VMCFG_FLOAT=false
4) rebuild the shell_toplevel
    cd shell; ./shell_toplevel.py
5) remove the utils/asc.jar
    hg remove -f utils/asc.jar (need to force since we modified it in step 2)
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Updated

6 years ago
Depends on: 711471
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Comment 7

6 years ago
Created attachment 582341 [details] [diff] [review]
v3. disable float

updated patch for new AMF testcase
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Updated

6 years ago
Attachment #582265 - Attachment is obsolete: true
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Comment 8

6 years ago
Created attachment 582866 [details]
max x86 performance

Performance comparison between tr-float (+ merge patches) and tr using v8.5 and ascmicro. There are a couple of performance drops that should be looked into as they were repeatable. (see attachment for full log)

Build: ../configure.py --target=i686-darwin
Machine: MacBook Pro 2.66 GHz core i7, 8GB ram

                                        avm            avm2
test                           best     avg    best     avg   %dBst   %dAvg
Metric: iterations/second 
Dir: asmicro/
  bytearray-write-int-2        19.4    19.2    17.2    17.0   -11.1   -11.9 --
 bytearray-write-position-1   238.8   207.4   190.8   188.9   -20.1    -8.9 --
  globalvar-write-1          6410.6  6169.2  4878.1  4813.8   -23.9   -22.0 --
  vector-read-char-2          142.4   141.9   135.1   134.9    -5.2    -5.0 --
  vector-write-int-4          425.1   424.5   407.2   403.8    -4.2    -4.9 -

Comment 9

6 years ago
avm1 is tr-float-merge (float disabled)
avm2 is tr
asc is my "standard" asc
5 iterations

Machine is 2009-era Mac Pro 2 x 2.93GHz Quad-core Xeon, 16GB RAM.

These are the runs with significant differences:

  alloc-10                     11.0    10.9    12.6    12.3    14.9    12.4 ++
  alloc-4                      54.1    53.9    56.8    56.8     5.1     5.2 ++
  alloc-5                      35.7    35.7    39.6    39.6    11.1    10.9 ++
  arguments-1                 910.1   909.3   856.1   855.5    -5.9    -5.9 --
  arguments-2                 489.5   488.5   605.4   603.3    23.7    23.5 ++
  array-init-1                488.0   487.5   521.0   520.4     6.7     6.7 ++
  array-init-2                509.0   508.3   540.5   539.6     6.2     6.2 ++
  array-sort-4                 11.6    11.6    10.9    10.9    -6.0    -6.0 --
  bytearray-read-byte-2       106.9   106.6    96.0    96.0   -10.2    -9.9 --
  bytearray-read-byte-3        98.9    98.8    92.4    92.2    -6.6    -6.6 --
  bytearray-write-bool-1       19.0    19.0    20.0    19.9     5.0     4.8 ++
  bytearray-write-float-1      13.7    13.7    12.8    12.6    -6.7    -8.1 --
  bytearray-write-float-2      13.3    13.2    15.3    15.2    14.9    14.8 ++
  bytearray-write-short-1      14.9    14.9    16.6    16.6    11.5    11.4 ++
  bytearray-write-uint-1       13.5    13.4    15.3    15.2    12.9    13.3 ++
  closedvar-read-1           5021.0  4992.2  4732.3  4723.5    -5.8    -5.4 --
  closedvar-write-1          5232.8  5201.2  1271.7  1269.7   -75.7   -75.6 --
  closedvar-write-2          5641.4  5545.9  1273.7  1271.7   -77.4   -77.1 --
  globalvar-write-1          6264.7  6185.2  5436.6  5387.8   -13.2   -12.9 --
  lookup-array-in-1          1992.0  1989.6  1889.1  1887.1    -5.2    -5.2 --
  lookup-negindex-array-2     343.3   342.5   317.7   317.2    -7.5    -7.4 --
  lookup-negindex-object-2    476.5   475.2   420.2   419.3   -11.8   -11.8 --
  lookup-object-in-1         1721.3  1719.1  1621.4  1620.6    -5.8    -5.7 --
  restarg-1                   912.1   910.7   857.1   855.2    -6.0    -6.1 --
  restarg-2                   512.0   510.7   575.8   575.0    12.5    12.6 ++
  string-indexOf-2            151.2   151.1   193.6   193.5    28.0    28.1 ++
  try-2                        17.4    17.1    16.0    15.9    -8.0    -7.3 --
  vector-init-1               283.9   283.5   301.4   300.7     6.2     6.1 ++
  vector-init-3               198.8   198.5   210.9   210.7     6.1     6.1 ++
  vector-init-4               163.7   163.6   174.7   174.4     6.7     6.6 ++
  vector-write-Boolean-1       85.8    85.6    93.2    92.9     8.5     8.5 ++
  vector-write-C-1             82.5    82.3    93.3    93.1    13.0    13.0 ++
  vector-write-C-2             82.4    82.3    93.3    93.2    13.3    13.2 ++
  vector-write-int-3          431.6   431.1   409.2   408.1    -5.2    -5.3 --
  vector-write-int-4          431.1   430.9   408.6   408.0    -5.2    -5.3 --
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Comment 10

6 years ago
(In reply to Lars T Hansen from comment #9)
> avm1 is tr-float-merge (float disabled)
> avm2 is tr
> asc is my "standard" asc
> 5 iterations

Don't forget that the numbers your are quoting here are sort of reversed, ++ means that it slowed down and --  means it sped up.

I am not seeing the same slow downs on my MacPro 2x2.66 GHz 6-core (14GB RAM). I am consistently seeing the following tests have large slow downs though. I am using asc.jar 5:538407228468 (from ftp://asteam/asc/latest/asc.jar)

avm1: tamarin-redux 6792:df3af1b524ea
avm2: tr-float 7126:691482212b4c (plus comment #6 steps)

32bit release


                                        avm            avm2
test                           best     avg    best     avg   %dBst   %dAvg
Metric: iterations/second 
Dir: asmicro/
 bytearray-write-position-1   223.6   223.3   177.3   176.8   -20.7   -20.8 --
  closedvar-write-2          4966.0  4913.5  4483.5  4468.1    -9.7    -9.1 --
  globalvar-write-1          5999.0  5990.0  4465.5  4441.2   -25.6   -25.9 --
  try-1                       250.5   242.3   221.3   204.7   -11.6   -15.5 -

Comment 11

6 years ago
(In reply to Lars T Hansen from comment #9)
> avm1 is tr-float-merge (float disabled)
> avm2 is tr

This is incorrect, it's the other way around, and I really have checked this.  Consequently negative results are slowdowns in tr-float, positive results are speedups, compared to the baseline.

Comment 12

6 years ago
2008 MacBook Pro, core-2-duo, 2.6GHz, 4GB RAM, otherwise identical setup.  Again, avm1 is tamarin-redux, avm2 is tr-float-merge.

  alloc-4                      37.3    37.0    39.5    39.3     5.8     6.3 ++
  alloc-8                      8.48    7.85    7.51    7.43   -11.4    -5.4 --
  arguments-1                 652.7   649.3   612.8   609.9    -6.1    -6.1 --
  array-foreach-func          238.8   238.7   252.0   251.8     5.5     5.5 ++
  array-init-1                344.7   344.2   364.9   364.6     5.9     5.9 ++
  array-init-4                219.3   219.1   236.8   236.4     7.9     7.9 ++
  array-push-1                221.6   221.4   243.0   241.7     9.7     9.2 ++
  array-read-Number-2          20.6    20.6    22.3    22.3     8.1     8.1 ++
  array-unshift-1             134.3   134.3   147.7   147.6    10.0    10.0 ++
  array-write-Number-1         14.7    14.3    12.9    12.8   -12.2   -10.8 --
  array-write-Number-2         11.1    10.9    9.99    9.93   -10.1    -8.9 --
  bytearray-read-byte-2        79.4    79.4    75.3    75.2    -5.2    -5.2 --
  bytearray-read-byte-3        76.2    76.1    65.2    65.1   -14.5   -14.4 --
  bytearray-read-double-1      12.3    12.3    11.6    11.6    -5.8    -5.8 --
  bytearray-read-int-1         18.2    18.2    19.3    19.0     6.0     4.4 ++
  bytearray-read-length-1     131.3   131.2   121.0   120.9    -7.9    -7.8 --
  bytearray-read-position-1   120.9   120.9   131.0   130.9     8.3     8.3 ++
  bytearray-read-short-1       19.6    19.6    21.7    21.7    10.9    10.8 ++
  bytearray-read-utf-2         2.80    2.79    2.41    2.41   -13.8   -13.9 --
  bytearray-read-utfbytes-2    2.79    2.79    2.41    2.41   -13.7   -13.7 --
  bytearray-write-int-1        11.9    11.9    12.7    12.7     6.3     6.6 ++
  bytearray-write-int-2        12.6    12.6    11.9    11.9    -5.9    -5.8 --
 bytearray-write-position-1   157.2   156.1   134.3   134.2   -14.6   -14.0 --
  bytearray-write-short-1      14.2    14.2    15.0    15.0     5.9     5.8 ++
 bytearray-write-utfbytes-1    44.7    44.6    47.1    46.9     5.3     5.2 ++
  closedvar-read-1           4434.6  4430.8  3701.3  3633.0   -16.5   -18.0 --
  closedvar-write-1          3404.6  3393.0  2983.0  2960.0   -12.4   -12.8 --
  funcall-2                   249.3   248.9   265.9   265.6     6.7     6.7 ++
  funcall-3                   254.0   253.9   278.7   278.2     9.7     9.6 ++
  globalvar-read-1           4446.6  4441.2  3725.3  3684.3   -16.2   -17.0 --
  globalvar-write-1          2972.0  2964.2  3318.7  3245.0    11.7     9.5 ++
  lookup-array-fetch-1        537.9   537.7   504.5   504.1    -6.2    -6.3 --
  lookup-negindex-array-2     271.9   271.7   255.2   255.2    -6.1    -6.0 --
  lookup-negindex-object-2    369.9   369.7   328.3   328.1   -11.2   -11.3 --
  lookup-object-fetch-1       649.7   649.4   613.4   612.9    -5.6    -5.6 --
  lookup-object-in-1         1342.7  1341.3  1269.7  1267.9    -5.4    -5.5 --
  object-read-length-1        215.4   215.2   227.5   227.3     5.7     5.6 ++
  oop-1                        2.88    2.88    3.15    3.15     9.3     9.3 ++
  regex-exec-1                 47.3    47.2   274.6    92.9   480.1    97.1 ++
  regex-exec-2                 55.6    55.4    59.5    58.8     6.9     6.0 ++
  restarg-1                   652.7   652.5   613.4   612.3    -6.0    -6.2 --
  string-fromCharCode-2        55.8    55.7    60.6    60.5     8.7     8.6 ++
  string-indexOf-2            115.2   115.0   146.1   146.0    26.9    26.9 ++
  string-lastIndexOf-1        488.5   487.9   446.6   446.2    -8.6    -8.6 --
  string-substring-1          124.6   124.4   115.8   115.6    -7.1    -7.1 --
  vector-init-3               129.2   129.1   139.6   139.6     8.0     8.1 ++
  vector-init-4               114.8   114.7   125.6   125.6     9.5     9.5 ++
  vector-write-C-1             65.2    64.5    71.4    71.3     9.5    10.4 ++
  vector-write-C-2             65.0    65.0    71.7    71.7    10.3    10.3 ++
  vector-write-int-4          364.6   364.1   346.0   345.8    -5.1    -5.0 --

Comment 13

6 years ago
And both builds are release builds.

Comment 14

6 years ago
These are my binaries again on the core-2-duo macbook pro, but after rebooting:

  alloc-4                      37.8    37.8    40.5    40.4     7.1     7.1 ++
  arguments-1                 664.7   663.9   607.4   606.5    -8.6    -8.6 --
  array-1                    3879.1  3852.9  4140.9  4138.3     6.7     7.4 ++
  array-init-1                345.0   344.9   368.3   368.1     6.8     6.7 ++
  array-push-1                220.8   220.6   244.5   242.9    10.7    10.1 ++
  array-unshift-1             135.1   135.1   148.7   148.2    10.1     9.7 ++
  array-write-C-1              34.8    34.7    36.6    36.6     5.4     5.4 ++
  array-write-Number-1         14.7    14.4    12.7    12.7   -13.1   -12.0 --
  array-write-Number-2         11.2    11.1    9.97    9.88   -10.9   -11.1 --
  bytearray-read-byte-2        81.7    81.7    75.8    75.8    -7.1    -7.2 --
  bytearray-read-byte-3        75.8    75.8    68.5    68.4    -9.7    -9.7 --
  bytearray-read-double-2      19.6    19.5    20.7    20.7     5.9     5.9 ++
  bytearray-read-float-1       14.0    14.0    13.2    13.2    -5.9    -5.9 --
  bytearray-read-int-1         18.2    18.1    19.4    18.9     6.8     4.5 ++
  bytearray-read-ubyte-1       20.8    20.8    19.7    19.7    -5.2    -5.3 --
  bytearray-read-uint-2        22.1    22.1    20.7    20.7    -6.3    -6.3 --
  bytearray-read-utf-2         2.80    2.80    2.42    2.42   -13.5   -13.5 --
  bytearray-read-utfbytes-2    2.80    2.79    2.41    2.41   -13.9   -13.8 --
  bytearray-write-byte-3       56.7    55.9    60.4    60.4     6.5     8.0 ++
  bytearray-write-bytes-1      15.7    15.6    16.5    16.5     5.1     5.2 ++
  bytearray-write-float-1      10.9    10.9    10.2    10.2    -6.6    -6.6 --
  bytearray-write-float-2      12.4    12.3    13.7    13.6    10.5    10.9 ++
  bytearray-write-int-1        12.0    12.0    12.7    12.7     5.7     5.7 ++
 bytearray-write-position-1   148.7   148.5   135.7   135.1    -8.7    -9.0 --
 bytearray-write-utfbytes-1    45.1    45.1    48.0    47.7     6.2     5.8 ++
  closedvar-write-1          3532.5  3517.7  3160.8  3141.1   -10.5   -10.7 --
  globalvar-read-1           4426.6  4423.6  3884.1  3851.9   -12.3   -12.9 --
  globalvar-write-1          3676.3  3668.5  3160.8  3147.5   -14.0   -14.2 --
  lookup-array-in-1          1646.4  1646.0  1519.5  1518.7    -7.7    -7.7 --
  lookup-negindex-array-2     274.5   274.4   255.7   255.6    -6.8    -6.9 --
  lookup-negindex-object-2    372.3   372.3   330.3   329.6   -11.3   -11.5 --
  lookup-object-in-1         1351.6  1345.9  1276.7  1273.5    -5.5    -5.4 --
  object-read-length-1        215.6   215.2   227.8   227.8     5.7     5.8 ++
  oop-1                        2.88    2.88    3.19    3.19    10.7    10.9 ++
  restarg-1                   665.3   663.8   606.8   605.3    -8.8    -8.8 --
  string-fromCharCode-2        56.4    56.3    60.6    60.5     7.5     7.5 ++
  string-indexOf-2            115.2   115.0   146.1   146.0    26.9    27.0 ++
  string-lastIndexOf-1        488.5   488.5   446.6   446.6    -8.6    -8.6 --
  try-1                       210.6   210.4   198.2   198.0    -5.9    -5.9 --
  vector-init-2               230.8   230.6   243.3   243.1     5.4     5.4 ++
  vector-init-3               129.5   128.9   141.7   141.6     9.4     9.8 ++
  vector-init-4               115.4   115.4   125.9   125.8     9.1     9.0 ++
  vector-write-C-1             65.8    65.6    72.9    72.8    10.7    11.0 ++
  vector-write-C-2             65.7    65.6    73.1    72.9    11.3    11.2 ++
  vector-write-int-3          368.8   368.8   346.0   345.7    -6.2    -6.2 --
  vector-write-int-4          369.5   369.3   346.0   345.6    -6.4    -6.4 --

Comment 15

6 years ago
And these are Brent's binaries on the same machine:

  alloc-1                      37.2    37.1    34.6    34.5    -7.1    -7.0 --
  alloc-2                      19.5    19.4    17.7    17.6    -9.1    -9.4 --
  alloc-3                      12.6    12.4    11.9    11.9    -5.4    -3.8 --
  alloc-7                      28.4    28.4    30.9    30.9     8.6     8.7 ++
  array-2                     491.5   490.5   522.0   521.1     6.2     6.2 ++
  array-foreach-func          222.3   222.0   240.8   240.6     8.3     8.4 ++
  array-pop-1                 314.4   312.2   340.7   334.7     8.4     7.2 ++
  array-push-1                226.3   226.1   256.2   255.6    13.2    13.0 ++
  array-unshift-1             134.9   134.8   146.9   146.5     8.8     8.6 ++
  bytearray-read-uint-1        19.6    19.4    18.4    18.4    -5.8    -5.3 --
  bytearray-read-uint-2        24.8    24.7    22.9    22.8    -7.6    -7.4 --
  bytearray-read-utf-2         2.61    2.60    2.89    2.89    11.0    11.1 ++
  bytearray-read-utfbytes-1    23.5    23.4    24.8    24.8     5.7     5.8 ++
  bytearray-read-utfbytes-2    2.60    2.58    2.90    2.89    11.5    11.8 ++
  bytearray-write-short-1      13.9    13.9    11.7    11.7   -15.5   -15.6 --
  closedvar-read-1           3801.2  3794.6  4429.6  4423.0    16.5    16.6 ++
  closedvar-write-1          3131.9  3106.5  3504.5  3474.7    11.9    11.9 ++
  closedvar-write-2          3333.7  3323.3  3627.4  3615.6     8.8     8.8 ++
  globalvar-write-1          3742.3  3729.9  3356.6  3337.3   -10.3   -10.5 --
  object-read-length-1        215.4   215.4   227.9   227.8     5.8     5.8 ++
  string-indexOf-3             63.5    63.4    59.2    59.0    -6.8    -7.1 --
  string-lastIndexOf-1        476.5   476.0   446.6   445.1    -6.3    -6.5 --
  vector-write-int-3          374.9   374.5   341.0   340.8    -9.0    -9.0 --
  vector-write-int-4          374.6   374.4   342.3   342.3    -8.6    -8.6 --

Comment 16

6 years ago
The ones appearing with slowdowns on both lists:

bytearray-read-uint-2
globalvar-write-1
string-lastIndexOf-1
vector-write-int-3
vector-write-int-4

Comment 17

6 years ago
Brent's binaries were built with configure.py and gcc 4.2.1, mine were built with Xcode and gcc 4.0.  The optimization level was -O3 in both cases.  Binary sizes were comparable, after stripping.

Comment 18

6 years ago
(In reply to Lars T Hansen from comment #16)
> The ones appearing with slowdowns on both lists:
> 
> bytearray-read-uint-2
> globalvar-write-1
> string-lastIndexOf-1
> vector-write-int-3
> vector-write-int-4

And of those, the only ones appearing with slowdowns in the list from the mac pro are the globalvar benchmark, which we should discount because we know it to be noisy, and the vector write benchmarks.

Comment 19

6 years ago
scimark and jsbench look fine.  there are some speedups on typed scimark, maybe from the finddef optimizations in tr-float.

Comment 20

6 years ago
tamarin-redux:

changeset:   7126:691482212b4c
tag:         tip
parent:      7099:c678012ff380
parent:      7125:df3af1b524ea
user:        Lars T Hansen <lhansen@adobe.com>
date:        Mon Dec 19 11:48:02 2011 +0100
summary:     Merged from tamarin-redux 6792:df3af1b524ea

Comment 21

6 years ago
changeset: 7128:7b00f4c0a37c
user:      Brent Baker <brbaker@adobe.com>
summary:   Bug 711370: Disable float by default

http://hg.mozilla.org/tamarin-redux/rev/7b00f4c0a37c

Comment 22

6 years ago
changeset: 7130:b2feca635e7c
user:      Brent Baker <brbaker@adobe.com>
summary:   Bug 711370: remove the utils/abcdump.abc since it didn't used to exist in tamarin-redux and also since what was checked in was something that was built with --abcfuture. Also needed to remove the float4 data type declaration in abcdump, changed to * in order to get it to compile

http://hg.mozilla.org/tamarin-redux/rev/b2feca635e7c

Comment 23

6 years ago
AOT compilation problems:

The AOT system makes greater demands on the AS3/native interface than the regular runtime does.  Specifically, the AOT system names the methods in classes that will be used by the thunking layer, for example:

AVMTHUNK_NATIVE_METHOD(__AS3___vec_Vector_object_AS3_pop, avmplus::ObjectVectorObject::AS3_pop)

and there's some casting of avmplus::ObjectVectorObject::AS3_pop going on behind the scenes.

This fails to work when AS3_pop is overloaded.  The float merge has introduced several such overloads:

* AS3_pop and AS3_shift are overloaded on all the vector objects because float4_t
  requires a different return protocol (pass in a box to store the result in)
* ByteArrayObject has overloaded readFloat and writeFloat: there are the externally
  visible ones and the internal helpers with different signatures.

The latter are easily fixed, but the AS3_pop / AS3_shift will require more work.  

(In a sense the AOT layer has no business knowing the names called by the thunking layer, so that needs investigation.)

Comment 24

6 years ago
The easy fix is to introduce the necessary cast to disambiguate the method the AOT system sees, but is that correct?  That seems unlikely.

Comment 25

6 years ago
No - the *easy* fix is to recognize that the overloaded methods are only needed if float/float4 are enabled, and wrap them in #ifdef VMCFG_FLOAT...  Patch coming up.

Comment 26

6 years ago
changeset:   7131:6fee29500342
tag:         tip
user:        Lars T Hansen <lhansen@adobe.com>
date:        Wed Dec 21 14:58:03 2011 +0100
summary:     Disambiguate for AOT by hiding or renaming overloaded names
(Reporter)

Comment 27

6 years ago
Created attachment 585474 [details] [diff] [review]
Add float compilation and testing to deep buildbot

Adds compilation of release and debug builds with float enabled and then tests both shells in hybrid and -Ojit modes.
Attachment #585474 - Flags: review?(dschaffe)

Comment 28

6 years ago
changeset: 7136:3c9c976107e0
user:      Brent Baker <brbaker@adobe.com>
summary:   Bug 711370: fix the windows deep code coverage compilation

http://hg.mozilla.org/tamarin-redux/rev/3c9c976107e0

Updated

6 years ago
Attachment #585474 - Flags: review?(dschaffe) → review+

Comment 29

6 years ago
changeset: 7139:c0c55e9ab2a7
user:      Brent Baker <brbaker@adobe.com>
summary:   Bug 711370: Add float compilation and testing to deep buildbot

http://hg.mozilla.org/tamarin-redux/rev/c0c55e9ab2a7

Comment 30

6 years ago
changeset: 7141:0e8b3e5f23d4
user:      Brent Baker <brbaker@adobe.com>
summary:   Bug 711370: fix how the generated files are reverted so that it works properly on windows via cygwin

http://hg.mozilla.org/tamarin-redux/rev/0e8b3e5f23d4

Updated

6 years ago
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED

Comment 31

6 years ago
changeset: 7204:6b939613dea3
user:      Brent Baker <brbaker@adobe.com>
summary:   Bug 711370: need to exclude the asmicro/float* tests from running when doing a performance run as float is not enabled by default and the available compiler does not support float

http://hg.mozilla.org/tamarin-redux/rev/6b939613dea3
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