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--dump-assembly and --dump-optimized don't do anything #887
I'm running the latest numbapro (numba: 0.15.1, numbapro: 0.16.0) from anaconda with python3.4. If I use either the --dump-assembly or the --dump-optimized flags, I don't actually get any assembly output, and according to my quick strace it is not writing files anywhere. I'm running https://github.com/ContinuumIO/numbapro-examples/blob/master/cuda_memory/pinned.py with
numba --dump-optimized pinned.py
What am I doing wrong?
Using 0.39.0, there's still some issues with dumping LLVM information. Not all environment variables seem to work. Namely
$ for e in BYTECODE CFG IR ANNOTATION ASSEMBLY LLVM FUNC_OPT OPTIMIZED; do echo $e; eval "NUMBA_DUMP_$e"=1 numba pinned.py | grep -v regular | grep -v pinned | wc -l; done BYTECODE 24 CFG 22 IR 182 ANNOTATION 0 ASSEMBLY 0 LLVM 0 FUNC_OPT 376 OPTIMIZED 0
Browsing the source code, I see that these exact environment variables are used in numba_entry.py:L255-257 and set to their command-lines alternatives. To me, this sound like a bug. IMHO they should only be set to their command-line counterparts if the counterparts themselves are defined – and even then this behaviour should be noted somewhere.
@AndiH thanks. Please open a new ticket to track the specific