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[task #15796] Submission of GNU Superoptimizer

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: [task #15796] Submission of GNU Superoptimizer
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2020 14:31:08 -0400 (EDT)
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                 Summary: Submission of GNU Superoptimizer
                 Project: Savannah Administration
            Submitted by: ttn
            Submitted on: Tue 20 Oct 2020 08:31:07 PM CEST
         Should Start On: Tue 20 Oct 2020 12:00:00 AM CEST
   Should be Finished on: Fri 30 Oct 2020 12:00:00 AM CET
                Category: Project Approval
                Priority: 5 - Normal
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
        Percent Complete: 0%
             Assigned to: None
             Open/Closed: Open
         Discussion Lock: Any
                  Effort: 0.00



A new project has been registered at Savannah
This project account will remain inactive until a site admin approves
or discards the registration.

= Registration Administration =

While this item will be useful to track the registration process,
*approving or discarding the registration must be done using the specific
Group Administration
<> page*,
accessible only to site administrators,
effectively *logged as site administrators* (superuser):

* Group Administration

= Registration Details =

* Name: *GNU Superoptimizer*
* System Name:  *superopt*
* Type: Official GNU software
* License: GNU General Public License v3 or later


== Description: ==
The superoptimizer is a function sequence generator that uses an exhaustive
generate-and-test approach to finding the shortest instruction sequence for a
given function.  You have to tell the superoptimizer which function and which
CPU you want to generate code for, and how many instructions you can accept.

You need an ANSI C compiler, for example GCC, to compile the superoptimizer. 

    make CPU=-D<cpuname> superopt

where <cpuname> is one of SPARC, MC68000, MC68020, M88000, POWER, POWERPC,
AM29K, I386, I960 (for i960 1.0), I960B (for I960B 1.1), PYR, ALPHA, HPPA, or
SH.  The compilation might take a long time and use up a lot of memory,
especially for HPPA.

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