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22:02:40  <CodeWar>so while running V8 on our processor model, we noticed theres a constant pool that you guys patch and this pool is very close to the code bytes.
22:03:14  <CodeWar>Could folks point me to the relevant code that deals iwth this so I can try aligning this pool at say 128B from the code part. or perhaps try moving it into a global table
22:03:49  <CodeWar><our processor model has a trace cache of its own and this patching you do makes us lose JIT'ed traces>
22:04:10  <alex4nder>CodeWar: hey, I'd be really surpised if anyone responded.
22:04:23  <alex4nder>almost noone in here actually talks
22:04:43  <alex4nder>CodeWar: tracking down the code should be pretty easy though
22:04:58  <CodeWar>alex4nder, I know mraleph does :-) I don't mean for anybody to respond right away, just see this message and leave a response :-)
22:05:15  <alex4nder>ah, I've found email works better for that
22:05:30  <CodeWar>yep perhaps
22:07:13  <CodeWar>grepping I found constant pool alright but different code bases tend to call this area different names so I might be looking at something entirely different
22:17:06  <CodeWar>they seem to call it the literal pool (I *think*)
22:17:32  <alex4nder>no way to find a symbol to crossreference against in your binary?
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22:30:55  <CodeWar>never mind found CodeDesc (v8globals.h) looks like its the reloc buffer that they patch and my goal is to make sure reloc_info starts in a 128B aligned buffer. More later..
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