Struct rustc_codegen_llvm::LlvmCodegenBackend

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pub struct LlvmCodegenBackend(pub(crate) ());

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impl Clone for LlvmCodegenBackend

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fn clone(&self) -> LlvmCodegenBackend

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl CodegenBackend for LlvmCodegenBackend

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fn locale_resource(&self) -> &'static str

Locale resources for diagnostic messages - a string the content of the Fluent resource. Called before init so that all other functions are able to emit translatable diagnostics.
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fn init(&self, sess: &Session)

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fn provide(&self, providers: &mut Providers)

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fn print( &self, req: &PrintRequest, out: &mut dyn PrintBackendInfo, sess: &Session )

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fn print_passes(&self)

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fn print_version(&self)

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fn target_features(&self, sess: &Session, allow_unstable: bool) -> Vec<Symbol>

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fn codegen_crate<'tcx>( &self, tcx: TyCtxt<'tcx>, metadata: EncodedMetadata, need_metadata_module: bool ) -> Box<dyn Any>

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fn join_codegen( &self, ongoing_codegen: Box<dyn Any>, sess: &Session, outputs: &OutputFilenames ) -> (CodegenResults, FxIndexMap<WorkProductId, WorkProduct>)

This is called on the returned Box<dyn Any> from codegen_backend Read more
This is called on the returned CodegenResults from join_codegen
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fn metadata_loader( &self ) -> Box<dyn MetadataLoader + Sync + Send + DynSend + DynSync>

The metadata loader used to load rlib and dylib metadata. Read more
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fn supports_parallel(&self) -> bool

Returns true if this backend can be safely called from multiple threads. Read more
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impl ExtraBackendMethods for LlvmCodegenBackend

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fn codegen_allocator<'tcx>( &self, tcx: TyCtxt<'tcx>, module_name: &str, kind: AllocatorKind, alloc_error_handler_kind: AllocatorKind ) -> ModuleLlvm

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fn compile_codegen_unit( &self, tcx: TyCtxt<'_>, cgu_name: Symbol ) -> (ModuleCodegen<ModuleLlvm>, u64)

This generates the codegen unit and returns it along with a u64 giving an estimate of the unit’s processing cost.
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fn target_machine_factory( &self, sess: &Session, optlvl: OptLevel, target_features: &[String] ) -> TargetMachineFactoryFn<Self>

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fn spawn_named_thread<F, T>( time_trace: bool, name: String, f: F ) -> Result<JoinHandle<T>>
where F: FnOnce() -> T + Send + 'static, T: Send + 'static,

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impl WriteBackendMethods for LlvmCodegenBackend

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type Module = ModuleLlvm

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type ModuleBuffer = ModuleBuffer

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type TargetMachine = OwnedTargetMachine

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type TargetMachineError = LlvmError<'static>

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type ThinData = ThinData

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type ThinBuffer = ThinBuffer

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fn print_pass_timings(&self)

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fn print_statistics(&self)

Merge all modules into main_module and returning it
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fn run_fat_lto( cgcx: &CodegenContext<Self>, modules: Vec<FatLtoInput<Self>>, cached_modules: Vec<(SerializedModule<Self::ModuleBuffer>, WorkProduct)> ) -> Result<LtoModuleCodegen<Self>, FatalError>

Performs fat LTO by merging all modules into a single one and returning it for further optimization.
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fn run_thin_lto( cgcx: &CodegenContext<Self>, modules: Vec<(String, Self::ThinBuffer)>, cached_modules: Vec<(SerializedModule<Self::ModuleBuffer>, WorkProduct)> ) -> Result<(Vec<LtoModuleCodegen<Self>>, Vec<WorkProduct>), FatalError>

Performs thin LTO by performing necessary global analysis and returning two lists, one of the modules that need optimization and another for modules that can simply be copied over from the incr. comp. cache.
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unsafe fn optimize( cgcx: &CodegenContext<Self>, dcx: &DiagCtxt, module: &ModuleCodegen<Self::Module>, config: &ModuleConfig ) -> Result<(), FatalError>

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fn optimize_fat( cgcx: &CodegenContext<Self>, module: &mut ModuleCodegen<Self::Module> ) -> Result<(), FatalError>

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unsafe fn optimize_thin( cgcx: &CodegenContext<Self>, thin: ThinModule<Self> ) -> Result<ModuleCodegen<Self::Module>, FatalError>

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unsafe fn codegen( cgcx: &CodegenContext<Self>, dcx: &DiagCtxt, module: ModuleCodegen<Self::Module>, config: &ModuleConfig ) -> Result<CompiledModule, FatalError>

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fn prepare_thin( module: ModuleCodegen<Self::Module> ) -> (String, Self::ThinBuffer)

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fn serialize_module( module: ModuleCodegen<Self::Module> ) -> (String, Self::ModuleBuffer)

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impl Send for LlvmCodegenBackend

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impl Sync for LlvmCodegenBackend

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