[sac-user] sac2c options

Juhasz David juhda at inf.elte.hu
Tue Dec 28 22:29:04 CET 2010


Ok, it works with sac2c-d.

Thanks for the quick reply,
David

On Tue, 28 Dec 2010, Robert Bernecky wrote:

> I think the -d options work only with the "development" compiler.
> 
> Try " sac2c-d -d syscall ..."
> 
> Bob
> Juhasz David wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > I've tried to use the '-d syscall' option on sac2c, but the compilation
> > failed with the following error:
> > ERROR: Invalid command line entry: sac2c  -d
> > The '-d nocleanup' and '-d cccall' options cause the same error.
> > I use the most updated downloadable release, sac2c-1.00-beta-linux-i386.
> > 
> > Another problem is the cache simulation feature. I do not know how it works
> > exactly...
> > I tried compile with '-cs -csdefaults sagf' options, but the executable
> > doesn't create any memory trace file.
> > Does anybody have idea how to get to operate?
> > 
> > By the way, I look into the multithreaded implementation with PThreads, and
> > I'd like to see the source code of SaC library to know how the worker
> > threads are initialized and how they do their work with master_flag and
> > spmd_function. :) Is that source available to study?
> > 
> > Thanks for any advice,
> > David
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> 
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