|Global register allocation email@example.com (1995-08-31)|
|Re: Global register allocation firstname.lastname@example.org (Eyal Ben-Avraham) (1995-09-06)|
|From:||Eyal Ben-Avraham <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Wed, 6 Sep 1995 06:42:32 GMT|
: I am baffled. How can a compiler allocate global registers?
: The only solution that comes to my mind is to make the linker
: not only capable of resolving memory addresses, but also
: inserting load/store instructions in case of global register
: conflicts. But that would undo compiler optimisation.
I remember reading somewhere that the MIPS linkers get as input
some kind of intermediate language form (not regular object files),
thus enabling them to do various inter-procedural optimizations
such as inter-procedural register allocation.
Eyal Ben-Avraham Telephone: ++972 3 531 2553
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