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Re: [csmith-dev] How to generate fixed size program using Csmith
Your reply is exactly what I'm worrying. My goal is not to find bugs,
but to evaluate the performance of my system, and I want to test the
performance difference when the running applications are in different
size. Do you have any advice on eliminating dead code? Or is there any
other tools that meet my requirement? Thanks a lot.
John Regehr <firstname.lastname@example.org> 于2018年11月7日周三 上午1:25写道：
> Eric's answer is excellent and I'll just add that since Csmith programs
> often contain quite a bit of dead code, you may (depending on your
> goals) prefer to generate programs that contain a specified amount of
> live code.
> On 11/6/18 8:30 AM, Eric Eide wrote:
> > shijun zhao <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Is there any way for Csmith to generate programs whose size (or the
> >> lines of code) can be specified? Thanks.
> > Hi! No, there is no option that sets the exact size of the generated program.
> > There are options that influence the possible (maximum) size of the generated
> > programs. These include:
> > --max-block-depth
> > --max-block-size
> > --max-expr-complexity
> > --max-funcs
> > If you set these values higher, the generated programs can be bigger.
> > The easiest way to generate programs in a particular size range is simply to
> > generate a lot of programs and discard the ones that don't fall into the size
> > range you want.
> > Warning: If you have a very narrow range, you might have to run Csmith many,
> > many times to get the total number of programs that you want! My advice is to
> > not make your ranges too narrow. "Exactly 100K" is bad; "between 90K and 110K"
> > is better.
> > Happy hacking! ---
> > Eric.