Performance regressions in HEAD
ndmitchell at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 16:19:30 EDT 2007
> > The attached charcount.zip shows the optimised cmm and the assembler.
> > As far as I can tell, the optimised cmm for the hotspot function in
> > both cases is identical, and the code should be spending all its time
> > in the hotspot. The names are Main_zdspreludezu942zull85_entry for 6.7
> > and Main_zdspreludezu942zull85_entry for 6.6.1.
> Any chance you could send the .hs file too?
It was attached to the first message, I've reattached it to this one too.
> I tried to repeat it with the asm
> output you gave, I could compile and run the 6.6.1 version ok but not the HEAD
> version. I replaced the code for Main_zdspreludezu942zull85_entry (and its
> subsidiary code blocks) with the HEAD version and saw no difference in
> The only difference I can see in the assembly between those two functions is
> that in the HEAD there is a small optimisation where 3 instructions have been
> replaced by one.
These results were all obtained under Windows, which may be necessary
for replication (or not).
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