[PATCH] RE: Safe execution core and ops classification

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Jerry Gay

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Mar 23, 2004, 8:49:53 AM3/23/04
to Leopold Toetsch, P6I
> - do we expect to have more then 32 different classes?
>
i see 13 operator classes currently, though my tree may be out of date

> A perl script that scans ops-files for opcode classes and spits out:
>
> a) a pod with opcode classes headings and the list of opcodes that
> belong to that class (at best created from a template, which has some
> more explanation to that stuff)
>
the attached tarfile contains a script (tools/docs/opslist.pl) should
generate a file, docs/ops/opslist.pod, with the above information

> b) a C include file that defines bitmask enums for the
> classes plus some
> common shortcuts comming from a config file. These enums
> should then be
> scanned during Configure and provide a user visible PASM in
> runtime/parrot/include.
> If we have more then 32 classes, we'll use a ParrotSet PMC
> (which will
> be handy anyway)
>
i'm not sure where to get the info i need to do this. hope the attached
script helps.

> leo
>
--jerry

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