|Optimization papers email@example.com (1991-05-13)|
|re: Optimization papers firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-05-14)|
|From:||email@example.com (Ralph Johnson)|
|Organization:||University of Illinois|
|Date:||Mon, 13 May 91 19:48:48 GMT|
I've got a couple of papers that comp.compilers readers might find
interesting. The first is a paper by Larry Zurawski and me on debugging
optimized code. The second is a paper by Don Roberts and me on an
algorithm for telling whether a register allocator made a mistake.
Postscript versions of these papers are available by anonymous ftp from
st.cs.uiuc.edu, or by a mail-based archive server on the same machine.
The papers are in the files papers/debugging-opt-code.ps and
To get the files by e-mail, send a message with a body that contains
The "path" command is only needed if the server is not going to be able to
figure out a return address from the message that you send. On the other
hand, it is not very sophisticated, so if your return address is at all
non-standard then you should use it.
The "help" command provides a lot more documentation on the archive
Ralph Johnson -- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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