[Embench] Embench Digest, Vol 20, Issue 11

Nidal Faour Nidal.Faour at wdc.com
Sun Mar 21 17:21:20 CET 2021


Hi Jeremy,
I have a bout 16 test cases, this is almost the same number of the Embench IOT benchmarks, I want to know if you'de like to have them all under the Embench IOT or some other place.
These testcases will not be beneficial for performance even after making them executable. 
Therefore I think they should go under some sort of compiler tweaks or any other related label.
What do you think?


Best Regards,

Nidal Faour
Staff Engineer, R&D Engineering – Firmware & Toolchain, CTO Group

Western Digital®
Migdal Tefen 24959, P.O Box 3
Email: nidal.faour at wdc.com
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>Hi everyone,
>I will to start porting code size test cases created by WD to the Embench
>github.
>I have some questions regarding the process:
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>  1.  where do you think I should put these? Under which repository?
>  2.  These test cases are meant for measuring code size only, therefore they
>may or may not run in order to measure performance. How should I deal with
>this?
>
>Best Regards,
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>Best Regards,
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>Nidal Faour
>Staff Engineer, R&D Engineering – Firmware & Toolchain, CTO Group
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>Western Digital®
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>On 21/03/2021 10:51, Nidal Faour wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> I will to start porting code size test cases created by WD to the
>> Embench github.
>>
>> I have some questions regarding the process:
>>
>>  1. where do you think I should put these? Under which repository?
>
>Hi Nidal,
>
>If they are candidates for Embench IoT 2.0, then they should be pull-requests
>against embench-iot. If they are candidates for Embench DSP, then please
>liaise with Ray Simar, but they should be in the embench-dsp repository.
>
>>  2. These test cases are meant for measuring code size only, therefore
>>     they may or may not run in order to measure performance. How should
>>     I deal with this?
>
>You need to make them executable and self-checking. This is an important
>feature of Embench.
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>They should be suitable for all architectures within the limitations of the
>particular benchmark suite. For example Embench IoT tests should work on
>architectures where int is 16-bits and there is at least 64kB of memory.
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>HTH,
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>Jeremy
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