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0:08Recap and set the stage for the day
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0:08Recap and set the stage for the day
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0:08Recap and set the stage for the day
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3:05A few words on the slowness of linearly searching while performing the string interning
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3:05A few words on the slowness of linearly searching while performing the string interning
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3:05A few words on the slowness of linearly searching while performing the string interning
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5:56Run the program on the 6160384-line test3.ion with MSVC's statistical profiler, providing some background on profiling
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5:56Run the program on the 6160384-line test3.ion with MSVC's statistical profiler, providing some background on profiling
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5:56Run the program on the 6160384-line test3.ion with MSVC's statistical profiler, providing some background on profiling
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12:58Check out our performance statistics, to see that _malloc_base() is our biggest consumer of clock cycles
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12:58Check out our performance statistics, to see that _malloc_base() is our biggest consumer of clock cycles
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12:58Check out our performance statistics, to see that _malloc_base() is our biggest consumer of clock cycles
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17:46Review the work implementing an open addressing hash table1 for the string interning
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17:46Review the work implementing an open addressing hash table1 for the string interning
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17:46Review the work implementing an open addressing hash table1 for the string interning
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26:23Recommend Sean Barrett's 'A Performance Comparison of Judy to Hash Tables'2
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26:23Recommend Sean Barrett's 'A Performance Comparison of Judy to Hash Tables'2
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26:23Recommend Sean Barrett's 'A Performance Comparison of Judy to Hash Tables'2
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30:14Review the work on str_hash_range(), and str_intern_range() with a mention of the Birthday Paradox3
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30:14Review the work on str_hash_range(), and str_intern_range() with a mention of the Birthday Paradox3
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30:14Review the work on str_hash_range(), and str_intern_range() with a mention of the Birthday Paradox3
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38:06Review the work using a hash table to optimise the symbol table lookup and type resolution
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38:06Review the work using a hash table to optimise the symbol table lookup and type resolution
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38:06Review the work using a hash table to optimise the symbol table lookup and type resolution
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42:03Re-enable all of ion_compile_file() in addition to the parsing
42:03Re-enable all of ion_compile_file() in addition to the parsing
42:03Re-enable all of ion_compile_file() in addition to the parsing
42:23Run it to find that it doesn't work, and investigate why
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42:23Run it to find that it doesn't work, and investigate why
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42:23Run it to find that it doesn't work, and investigate why
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47:32Revert the uncommitted changes
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47:32Revert the uncommitted changes
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47:32Revert the uncommitted changes
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48:07Regenerate test3.ion and run our program on it performing the full code generation
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48:07Regenerate test3.ion and run our program on it performing the full code generation
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48:07Regenerate test3.ion and run our program on it performing the full code generation
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49:11xanatos387 So in the last stream, at a few points in passing was mentioned some use of randomization in hashing. I didn't understand that - isn't determinism the one thing you need in a hash table? When would you ever use randomization?
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49:11xanatos387 So in the last stream, at a few points in passing was mentioned some use of randomization in hashing. I didn't understand that - isn't determinism the one thing you need in a hash table? When would you ever use randomization?
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49:11xanatos387 So in the last stream, at a few points in passing was mentioned some use of randomization in hashing. I didn't understand that - isn't determinism the one thing you need in a hash table? When would you ever use randomization?
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52:18Consult the profile of the full code generation to see that common_vsprintf() - called by strf() and buf__printf() - is our biggest performance hotspot
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52:18Consult the profile of the full code generation to see that common_vsprintf() - called by strf() and buf__printf() - is our biggest performance hotspot
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52:18Consult the profile of the full code generation to see that common_vsprintf() - called by strf() and buf__printf() - is our biggest performance hotspot
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56:58See that _malloc_base() - also called by strf() - is the second performance hotspot
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56:58See that _malloc_base() - also called by strf() - is the second performance hotspot
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56:58See that _malloc_base() - also called by strf() - is the second performance hotspot
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1:00:22Toggle off the code generation part of ion_compile_file()
1:00:22Toggle off the code generation part of ion_compile_file()
1:00:22Toggle off the code generation part of ion_compile_file()
1:00:31Run it to see that this takes 4 seconds
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1:00:31Run it to see that this takes 4 seconds
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1:00:31Run it to see that this takes 4 seconds
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1:01:23Determine to ignore the C code generation performance for now, and rather remove the temporary allocations for the stretchy buffers
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1:01:23Determine to ignore the C code generation performance for now, and rather remove the temporary allocations for the stretchy buffers
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1:01:23Determine to ignore the C code generation performance for now, and rather remove the temporary allocations for the stretchy buffers
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1:02:47Consult the profile with ion_compile_file() only performing the parsing, to see where buf__grow() creates a performance hotspot
1:02:47Consult the profile with ion_compile_file() only performing the parsing, to see where buf__grow() creates a performance hotspot
1:02:47Consult the profile with ion_compile_file() only performing the parsing, to see where buf__grow() creates a performance hotspot
1:05:24Introduce temp_alloc() to do arena-style memory allocation for buf__grow() to call
1:05:24Introduce temp_alloc() to do arena-style memory allocation for buf__grow() to call
1:05:24Introduce temp_alloc() to do arena-style memory allocation for buf__grow() to call
1:13:29Relieve buf__grow() of calling realloc()
1:13:29Relieve buf__grow() of calling realloc()
1:13:29Relieve buf__grow() of calling realloc()
1:16:07Run it to see that it all actually works
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1:16:07Run it to see that it all actually works
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1:16:07Run it to see that it all actually works
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1:16:56Make buf__grow() call temp_alloc(), and enable the latter to allocate from main memory
1:16:56Make buf__grow() call temp_alloc(), and enable the latter to allocate from main memory
1:16:56Make buf__grow() call temp_alloc(), and enable the latter to allocate from main memory
1:19:02Run it under the profiler, and compare the reports for our two allocators, noting that their total CPU time is similar
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1:19:02Run it under the profiler, and compare the reports for our two allocators, noting that their total CPU time is similar
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1:19:02Run it under the profiler, and compare the reports for our two allocators, noting that their total CPU time is similar
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1:25:50Q&A
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1:25:50Q&A
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1:25:50Q&A
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1:25:57barubro Aren't the profile buckets relative time? Not absolute time?
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1:25:57barubro Aren't the profile buckets relative time? Not absolute time?
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1:25:57barubro Aren't the profile buckets relative time? Not absolute time?
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1:27:38synchronizerman Wait, without malloc how is he allocating memory? Did he make his own memory allocator?
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1:27:38synchronizerman Wait, without malloc how is he allocating memory? Did he make his own memory allocator?
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1:27:38synchronizerman Wait, without malloc how is he allocating memory? Did he make his own memory allocator?
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1:28:38miotatsu stb_sprintf time!
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1:28:38miotatsu stb_sprintf time!
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1:28:38miotatsu stb_sprintf time!
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1:29:27Determine to bug Fabian about the unexpectedly comparable performance of the memory arena allocation vs malloc
1:29:27Determine to bug Fabian about the unexpectedly comparable performance of the memory arena allocation vs malloc
1:29:27Determine to bug Fabian about the unexpectedly comparable performance of the memory arena allocation vs malloc
1:30:26barubro Why not try the other profiler? "Performance wizard"
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1:30:26barubro Why not try the other profiler? "Performance wizard"
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1:30:26barubro Why not try the other profiler? "Performance wizard"
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1:30:48Run it via the "Performance wizard"
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1:30:48Run it via the "Performance wizard"
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1:30:48Run it via the "Performance wizard"
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1:33:26xanatos387 pervognsen Will we do direct code generation now or will we wait on that until we have a CPU to target?
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1:33:26xanatos387 pervognsen Will we do direct code generation now or will we wait on that until we have a CPU to target?
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1:33:26xanatos387 pervognsen Will we do direct code generation now or will we wait on that until we have a CPU to target?
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1:33:48cmdrkroz pervognsen Is the eventual plan to write an Ion compiler in Ion? Reason why I ask is whether this will have the same behavior in the RISC-V itself
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1:33:48cmdrkroz pervognsen Is the eventual plan to write an Ion compiler in Ion? Reason why I ask is whether this will have the same behavior in the RISC-V itself
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1:33:48cmdrkroz pervognsen Is the eventual plan to write an Ion compiler in Ion? Reason why I ask is whether this will have the same behavior in the RISC-V itself
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1:35:01artexx2000 pervognsen Any chance make Ion func call return more than one value in the future when C backend no longer needed?
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1:35:01artexx2000 pervognsen Any chance make Ion func call return more than one value in the future when C backend no longer needed?
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1:35:01artexx2000 pervognsen Any chance make Ion func call return more than one value in the future when C backend no longer needed?
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1:36:55barubro Is the Ion compiler going to be modified to take multiple files? How are you going to handle things like directories for multiple platforms?
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1:36:55barubro Is the Ion compiler going to be modified to take multiple files? How are you going to handle things like directories for multiple platforms?
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1:36:55barubro Is the Ion compiler going to be modified to take multiple files? How are you going to handle things like directories for multiple platforms?
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1:38:10aks_ism If I recall correctly, malloc() does only page table setup, doesn't really allocate any pages. Maybe that's why we are seeing this issue
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1:38:10aks_ism If I recall correctly, malloc() does only page table setup, doesn't really allocate any pages. Maybe that's why we are seeing this issue
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1:38:10aks_ism If I recall correctly, malloc() does only page table setup, doesn't really allocate any pages. Maybe that's why we are seeing this issue
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1:39:45We're coming up to the end, with a glimpse into next week
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1:39:45We're coming up to the end, with a glimpse into next week
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1:39:45We're coming up to the end, with a glimpse into next week
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