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Richard Plangger
failargs where not copied correctly, this modified the wrong list and left behind dirty entries in the rename cache
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vecopt-merge
Ronan Lamy
fix tests
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llconst
Ronan Lamy
create ll_const()
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llconst
Ronan Lamy
Remove concretetype attribute from Constant and create LLConstant
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llconst
Ronan Lamy
document merged branch
Ronan Lamy
Merged type_system-cleanup into default
Ronan Lamy
Close branch type_system-cleanup
Armin Rigo
Test and fix
Ronan Lamy
fix tests
Armin Rigo
merge heads
Armin Rigo
Translation fix
Armin Rigo
Try to fix JItting of callbacks
Armin Rigo
Another passing test about green fields
Armin Rigo
cffi callbacks performance: rweaklist instead of rweakvaluedictionary
Richard Plangger
reverted the jitlogparser file (modifications not used anymore)
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vecopt-merge
Richard Plangger
removed method and reindented resume_in_blackhole
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vecopt-merge
Carl Friedrich Bolz
Merged in sbauman/pypy (pull request #340) Handle getfield_gc_pure* and getfield_gc_* uniformly in heap.py
Spenser Bauman
Handle getfield_gc_pure* and getfield_gc_* uniformly in heap.py
Armin Rigo
More tests
Armin Rigo
PPC Backend #7: PyPy Translation All tests pass, and a full PyPy translation works. Some hard gdb-ing but not too bad.
Matti Picus
merge fortran-order into default
Matti Picus
close branch to be merged
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fortran-order
Matti Picus
document branch
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fortran-order
Matti Picus
merge default into branch
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fortran-order
Matti Picus
refactor order handling in nditer
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fortran-order
Matti Picus
test, fix 'A' for empty_like, zeros_like order
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fortran-order
Richard Plangger
small refactoring towards unpacking vector elements after the guard has failed
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vecopt-merge
Armin Rigo
I think it's actually better if we don't put @jit.jit_callback here (see comment)
Richard Plangger
removed call to __class__ but inlined the object names
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vecopt-merge
Armin Rigo
ffi.memmove()
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