If --print-opt-code prints nothing, then probably your function isn't
getting optimized. Try calling it more often.
--print-code is "technically correct" in the sense that it prints all of
the unoptimized machine code that V8 doesn't generate any more ;-)
(We should remove the flag.)
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 1:18 AM Istvan Tabanyi <st...@powerednow.com> wrote:
> I compiled v8 from sources successfully, but --print-code/--print-opt-code
> gives me no output at all.
> --print-bytecode works fine, --print-all-code prints something, but the
> actual code is definitely not in the output(Created a simple function with
> unique name, called in a loop, grepped for it and nothing)
> Tried release and debug builds, also with custom options like this:
> gn gen out.gn/x64.debug --args='is_debug=true target_cpu="x64"
> v8_target_cpu="x64" v8_enable_disassembler=true'
> I tried to look for tutorials on this topic, but most of it really
> outdated and using make/gyp.
> Can someone give me some tips about this? And sorry if this is not the
> right place to ask questions like this.
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