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Re: [csmith-dev] Large local arrays
Xuejun, please add this to your TODO list, but do it after the first
On 04/05/2011 07:24 AM, Pascal Cuoq wrote:
Perhaps the right solution is a command-line option limiting the size of any
given array? Certainly people using Csmith to test embedded compilers will
need this (probably in addition to options limiting structs, and limiting
total memory usage of the generated code).
A single setting for all arrays (both local and global) may well be enough.
For desktop computers, I asked and it turns out that modern platforms
are more sophisticated than I thought:
With the automatic growth method that seems standard according
to these answers, there should be no issue when setting
the single setting to a high value.
For embedded environments, both stack and data segment would be
limited to about the same order of magnitude,
so again, a single setting would be fine.