Malloc tracer allowing you to get a stacktrace to know where a pointer was allocated (by antoyo)


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  • GCC Rust Monthly Report #5: April 2021 | 2021-05-04
    Another pain point is that libgccjit has a distinction between l-values and r-values while rustc and LLVM only have a concept of values. I'm doing all sort of ugly hacks like unsafe casts from l-values to r-values just to be able to use the rustc traits (to be fair, I would probably not have to do any hacks if I re-implemented everything like rustc_codegen_cranelift did, but I figured it would be better in the long run to use those traits to implement less things myself). At some point, I had to debug a segfault during such a long time that I finally wrote a tool to help me debug it (I'll write a blog post about this debugging story some day).