|Finding MAC instructions firstname.lastname@example.org (Christian Christmann) (2006-07-16)|
|Re: Finding MAC instructions email@example.com (Amit Gupta) (2006-07-18)|
|Re: Finding MAC instructions firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeff Kenton) (2006-07-22)|
|Re: Finding MAC instructions email@example.com (2006-07-23)|
|From:||Christian Christmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||16 Jul 2006 01:03:40 -0400|
|Organization:||CS Department, University of Dortmund, Germany|
|Posted-Date:||16 Jul 2006 01:03:40 EDT|
for a project I want to extend our comiler (more accurately, our
code generator) for a DSP by generating optimized code using
DSP-specific instructions like the MAC (multiply accumulte).
Our compiler framework consists of a high- and a low-level
intermediate represetation and translates C code.
Could you give me any hints how potential high-level language
candidates (in C) can be recognized (and realized in assembler
by the efficient MAC instructions).
Do I need to take information from our low-level IR into account
or does it suffice to consider code in the target-specific
(assembly-like) low-level IR?
I appreciate your help since I could not find any information
about this specific topic on the internet.
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