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[Default interfaces] Support for default interface method devirtualization #9588

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MichalStrehovsky opened this issue Jan 23, 2018 · 0 comments
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@MichalStrehovsky MichalStrehovsky commented Jan 23, 2018

Interface methods on generic types require an instantiating stub which the current devirtualization code doesn't provide.

This is just a perf issue, not a correctness issue.

MichalStrehovsky referenced this issue in MichalStrehovsky/coreclr Jan 23, 2018
The result of the devirtualization for a method on a generic type should be an instantiating stub, but this doesn't seem to work right.

Fixing that is a perf issue (that can be triaged/punted - #15977). This commit is a correctness fix to avoid bad codegen for that case.

Resolves #15591.
jkotas referenced this issue in dotnet/coreclr Jan 24, 2018
The result of the devirtualization for a method on a generic type should be an instantiating stub, but this doesn't seem to work right.

Fixing that is a perf issue (that can be triaged/punted - #15977). This commit is a correctness fix to avoid bad codegen for that case.

Resolves #15591.
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