|author||Daco Harkes <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon Sep 06 06:28:59 2021 +0000|
|committer||Daco Harkes <email@example.com>||Mon Sep 06 06:28:59 2021 +0000|
[vm] Implement constant Maps in the VM This CL changes the frontend to emit map and set constants which are then processed by the constant reader in the VM. This CL also introduces support for sending the const maps and sets in messages between isolates and saving it in snapshots. TEST=tests/language/const/map_test.dart (et al, for lookups) TEST=tests/lib/isolate/message3_test.dart (et al, for isolate messages) TEST=tools/test.py -c dartkp (for consts from clustered snapshot) TEST=tools/test.py -n app_jitk-linux-debug-x64 (for consts from app jit snapshots) TEST=Building the SDK which uses const Maps in clustered snapshots. Closes: https://github.com/dart-lang/sdk/issues/45908 Change-Id: I1f8150a8aba8298c4e64d2571dd147743526135a Cq-Include-Trybots: luci.dart.try:analyzer-nnbd-linux-release-try,app-kernel-linux-debug-x64-try,dart-sdk-linux-try,front-end-nnbd-linux-release-x64-try,pkg-linux-debug-try,vm-canary-linux-debug-try,vm-kernel-asan-linux-release-x64-try,vm-kernel-checked-linux-release-x64-try,vm-kernel-linux-debug-x64c-try,vm-kernel-linux-debug-x64-try,vm-kernel-linux-debug-simarm64c-try,vm-kernel-nnbd-linux-release-simarm-try,vm-kernel-optcounter-threshold-linux-release-x64-try,vm-kernel-precomp-android-release-arm_x64-try,vm-kernel-precomp-linux-debug-x64-try,vm-kernel-precomp-linux-debug-x64c-try,vm-kernel-reload-linux-debug-x64-try,vm-kernel-reload-rollback-linux-debug-x64-try,vm-precomp-ffi-qemu-linux-release-arm-try,vm-kernel-precomp-linux-debug-simarm_x64-try,vm-kernel-precomp-linux-debug-x64-try,vm-kernel-precomp-tsan-linux-release-x64-try,vm-kernel-tsan-linux-release-x64-try Reviewed-on: https://dart-review.googlesource.com/c/sdk/+/203765 Reviewed-by: Martin Kustermann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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