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3333 N: Neil Booth
3434 E: neil@daikokuya.co.uk
35 D: APFloat implementation.
35 D: APFloat implementation.
3636
3737 N: Misha Brukman
3838 E: brukman+llvm@uiuc.edu
8181 E: gaeke@uiuc.edu
8282 W: http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~gaeke/
8383 D: Portions of X86 static and JIT compilers; initial SparcV8 backend
84 D: Dynamic trace optimizer
84 D: Dynamic trace optimizer
8585 D: FreeBSD/X86 compatibility fixes, the llvm-nm tool
8686
8787 N: Nicolas Geoffray
112112 N: Gabor Greif
113113 E: ggreif@gmail.com
114114 D: Improvements for space efficiency
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116 N: Lang Hames
117 E: lhames@gmail.com
118 D: PBQP-based register allocator
115119
116120 N: Gordon Henriksen
117121 E: gordonhenriksen@mac.com
125129
126130 N: Paolo Invernizzi
127131 E: arathorn@fastwebnet.it
128 D: Visual C++ compatibility fixes
132 D: Visual C++ compatibility fixes
129133
130134 N: Patrick Jenkins
131135 E: patjenk@wam.umd.edu
167171 E: jlaskey@apple.com
168172 D: Improvements to the PPC backend, instruction scheduling
169173 D: Debug and Dwarf implementation
170 D: Auto upgrade mangler
174 D: Auto upgrade mangler
171175 D: llvm-gcc4 svn wrangler
172176
173177 N: Chris Lattner
216220
217221 N: Morten Ofstad
218222 E: morten@hue.no
219 D: Visual C++ compatibility fixes
223 D: Visual C++ compatibility fixes
220224
221225 N: Richard Osborne
222226 E: richard@xmos.com
1515 //
1616 // The PBQP solver (pbqp.c) provided for this allocator uses a heuristic tuned
1717 // for register allocation. For more information on PBQP for register
18 // allocation see the following papers:
18 // allocation, see the following papers:
1919 //
2020 // (1) Hames, L. and Scholz, B. 2006. Nearly optimal register allocation with
2121 // PBQP. In Proceedings of the 7th Joint Modular Languages Conference
2525 // architectures. In Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Languages,
2626 // Compilers and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES'02), ACM Press, New York,
2727 // NY, USA, 139-148.
28 //
29 // Author: Lang Hames
30 // Email: lhames@gmail.com
3128 //
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