Tribbey: MinusFour: which one have you doneß?
Nasalroad: What is the url of citadel ?
Lalim: Well, i did asm programs for this microcontroller:
Hrycko: Hi, i am trying to use the .load method in jquery bu i keep getting a 404 file no found fo the file im trying to load even though i can see it, here my code http://pastie.org/10413628
Starke: Have i written it correctly?
Netti: Schaetzle:oh man I’m looking at the source for the chrome extension and it is hard to tell what’s needed lol
Messan: The code generation is usually not the hardest part of a compiler so idk if i’d say focusing on asm is that worthwhile
Moscrip: Familiarity with x86 is definitely useful for a lot of things though.
Muhlbauer: Yeah, code generation is usually very simple
Wickwire: You do need to know the architecture/thing you’re compiling to though
Ziebell: So you can make decisions like “how do I best use these registers?” or “how to best p*** these arguments in the stack?”
Lotter: Hi, i am trying to use the .load method in jquery bu i keep getting a 404 file no found fo the file im trying to load even though i can see it, here my code http://pastie.org/10413628
Tharaldson: Also there are just a lot of situations when you might run into x86 code if you’re doing anything moderately low level
Sibbett: These v8 compilers, they got to be crazy fast right?
Khalid: They take almost nothing to run the code
Pressley: The first one is very fast. the optimized one is slower.
Wehrli: The generated code is the other way around.
Sanko: Why would you want to
Flyzik: Just to test the performance gains
Crolley: Your code will be slower
Melchin: The compiler itself will be faster
Dipasquale: And you can’t turn off either.
Hanninen: Although theres no reason the 2nd couldn’t be disabled, i guess
Rigsby: It would just make everything slower.
Liptrot: Can jquery even loads hbs files like the ways i have attempted?
Sallach: Well, it’d be just an experiment
Christinat: See how long it takes to produce prime numbers
Krainbucher: MinusFour: if you really wanted to there might be some way you can start chrome with those flags
Inocencio: MinusFour: if you start chrome with chrome –js-flags=”–crankshaft=false” that might do it.
Neiderhiser: Again, it will make everything slower.
Friedrick: That is for the second compiler?
Gershkovich: That turns off the second compiler
Bellair: Which is named crankshaft
Nelligan: Node –crankshaft=false should have the same effect.
Krukowski: Huh. well i must have done something wrong
Timms: Error: illegal value for flag –crankshaft=false of type bool
Vandenberge: Tbh, every flag i’ve used with v8 has been turning things on.
Gerweck: But not in the same way other things are cached
Gaw: Compiled code gets its own little space in the heap, and the GC touches it very rarely
Moises: MinusFour: maybe –nocrankshaft
Fetchko: And apparently there are compiler bugs where the GC will collect optimised code it shouldn’t 😀
Agredano: Both flags seem to do something
Harrell: They could both work.
Southworth: MinusFour: if you’re interested in how they work, http://wingolog.org/archives/2011/07/05/v8-a-tale-of-two-compilers is a good article on the architecture.
Ehigiator: That blog has a lot of articles on v8 and vm architecture, actually.
Rovelto: Nasalroad and MinusFour
Bon: That’s an interesting lectureu