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== Y: Your task ==
 
== Y: Your task ==
 
* '''Did you select a task from our list of proposals and ideas?'''
 
* '''Did you select a task from our list of proposals and ideas?'''
:Yes I did.
 
  
 
:* '''If yes, what task did you choose? Please describe what part of it you especially want to focus on if you can already provide this information.'''
 
:* '''If yes, what task did you choose? Please describe what part of it you especially want to focus on if you can already provide this information.'''
 
     http://wiki.octave.org/Summer_of_Code_Project_Ideas#Improve_JIT_compiling
 
     http://wiki.octave.org/Summer_of_Code_Project_Ideas#Improve_JIT_compiling
::I selected “Improveing JIT compiling” project, focusing on “Enhance JITC functionality” and “Migrate from LLVM JIT to LLVM MCJIT”. Current JITC lacks some feature: Functions and exponents (e.g. 2^z) cannot compile with the JITC. I want to concentrate on expanding JITC to handle this non-trivial but fundamental case.  
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::I choose “Improveing JIT compiling” project, focusing on “Enhance JITC functionality” and “Migrate from LLVM JIT to LLVM MCJIT”. Current JITC lacks some feature: Functions and exponents (e.g. 2^z) cannot compile with the JITC. I want to concentrate on expanding JITC to handle this non-trivial but fundamental case.  
 
::Second, I would begin to migrate from JIT to MCJIT. JITC use JIT now, however LLVM community has no longer maintained JIT and move to MCJIT. I think we could move to MCJIT as well (but still support JIT). This is really important if we want to get the benefit from LLVM subsequently.
 
::Second, I would begin to migrate from JIT to MCJIT. JITC use JIT now, however LLVM community has no longer maintained JIT and move to MCJIT. I think we could move to MCJIT as well (but still support JIT). This is really important if we want to get the benefit from LLVM subsequently.
 
::When all essential case is added, I would try to implement some JIT related optimization into JITC (like trace/method-based JIT).
 
::When all essential case is added, I would try to implement some JIT related optimization into JITC (like trace/method-based JIT).

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