[Mono-dev] On what platform|cpu-arch|mono-version does full AOT actually work?

mobbe peter.moberg at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 20:45:47 EST 2009

Nope...same results with a mscorlib.dll from the 1.0 folder. It gets stuck in
the mono_local_regalloc method on the assert  checking for ins->sreg !=
-1... Exactly the same message as before. It is trying to compile the Equals

The inst op code is 633 and both sreg1 and sreg2 is -1.. .

I am running the system with build 125709 and compiling the mscorlib.dll
from the 1.0 folder... 

mobbe wrote:
> I am indeed trying to compile a 2.0 version of the mscorlib. I will grab
> the 1.0 version instead and see if I have better luck with that one...if I
> can get that to work then I will migrate to use the code from SVN and try
> with the 2.0 profile. 
> Thanks,
> Zoltan Varga wrote:
>> Hi,
>>   You might be trying to use full-aot with the 2.0 profile. Currently,
>> only the 1.0 mscorlib can
>> be full-aot-ed, altough 2.0 should work when using mono SVN.
>>               Zoltan
>> On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 3:48 PM, mobbe <peter.moberg at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I compiled the Mono framework (the unmanaged pieces) so that I could run
>>> it
>>> on my iPhone. I was successful in doing that and thought that I would
>>> try to
>>> do AOT on the iPhone...transfer the temporary asm output to my Mac to
>>> assemble and link it and from there keep going... however when
>>> performing
>>> the AOT compilation of mscorlib.dll Mono hit another assert... something
>>> with inst->sreg1 being negative 1 (-1) (Don't remember right now what
>>> funtion it stopped in..will have to supply that information when I get
>>> to my
>>> Mac later tonight).
>>> If I commented out the assert it went on a bit further but stopped on a
>>> another assert when trying to emit the op-code saying that it was
>>> expecting
>>> 0 bytes for the op-code ld_loadmembase but got 4...
>>> Anyone out there have an ideas of where I should be looking next in
>>> order to
>>> try to solve this? It seems like the instruction set it is using for ARM
>>> doesn't match the source codes assumptions. I am sure that I am doing
>>> something wrong but don't know where to begin to look for the issue.
>>> Maybe
>>> someone out there has a cpu-arm.h file that they know works that I can
>>> compare with mine? Are there any other generated files regarding the
>>> instruction set that I should double check?
>>> Thanks for your help in advance.
>>> Hi,
>>>  full-aot currently only works on amd64/arm.
>>>             Zoltan
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