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C++ ThreadSanitizer describes where the memory involved in report was allocated:
It would be useful to do the same for Go.
C++ ThreadSanitizer can also pronounce the name of the global (if the race in on
global). Look if it's possible in Go.
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CL https://golang.org/cl/19958 mentions this issue.
Current state: https://golang.org/cl/19958 is too complex, we need to prototype an approach with threading of PC through allocation functions. It may lead to much simpler code.
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