I'm working on it..

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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby aolofsson » Sat May 04, 2013 9:38 pm

Hoernchen, That's incredibly impressive!! Hopefully you will get lots of beta testers and collaborators. Please let me know if you need anything from us.
Cheers,
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby yabin » Sun May 05, 2013 1:15 am

Good News! Thank you Hoernchen!

Hoernchen provided a very clear todo list in the post. It's time for the community to discuss how others can contribute to the llvm/clang toolchain for Epiphany based on Hoernchen's work. I list some topics here (many from Hoernchen's post, just make it clear to further discussion).

1. write test cases for the backend and report bugs
2. clang support
3. Elf writer
4. MCJIT support

Any others we can start to do?
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby shodruk » Sun May 05, 2013 6:32 am

Great work!!
You wrote this all by yourself in such a short term? Incredible!!!! :o

LLVM is one of the most important technology for computing platform today.
With LLVM, we will be able to write codes for Epiphany with ANY programming languages we want.

I will contribute by reporting bugs etc., but I need Parallella first! :D
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby ysapir » Sun May 05, 2013 10:15 am

shodruk wrote:Great work!!
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I will contribute by reporting bugs etc., but I need Parallella first! :D


FWIW, I think this kind of work can be started using the simulator ("e-run"). No need for the actual hardware, if using single-thread tests.
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby shodruk » Sun May 05, 2013 5:57 pm

ysapir wrote:FWIW, I think this kind of work can be started using the simulator ("e-run"). No need for the actual hardware, if using single-thread tests.


Thank you for an advice.
I'll try the simulator on normal PC Ubuntu soon!
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby mortdeus » Mon May 06, 2013 8:37 am

I can set people up with ssh access for a remote parallella board. Just message me your ssh keys and desired user name.
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby ysapir » Mon May 06, 2013 11:45 am

mortdeus wrote:I can set people up with ssh access for a remote parallella board. Just message me your ssh keys and desired user name.


Just curious, how do you do this behind a firewall (I assume you are behind one)?
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby tnt » Mon May 06, 2013 11:51 am

Well you can just forward the port to the board (assuming you fixed its IP address).

The issue is then that the board can act as a gateway to access your internal network so ideally you need to setup a DMZ for the board so that it's alone in its own isolated/sandboxed network.
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby ysapir » Mon May 06, 2013 3:50 pm

Of course... Thanks!
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Re: I'm working on it..

Postby theover » Tue May 07, 2013 8:45 am

A working LLVM is great of course, though I wouldn't by a long stretch call it superior to a well made gnu compiler, possibly smaller. probably more overseeable. Is it GPL-ed, or can you keep your patches to yourself (i.e. your ported version, must you share the sources?).
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