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On 9 January 2015 at 12:09, Roberto Ierusalimschy
<> wrote:
> VRELOCABLE means that the value of an expression is generated by an
> instruction that can put the result anywhere (e.g., OP_ADD, where A
> specifies where to put the result). In that case, 'info' is that
> instruction. VNONRELOC means that the value is already in some fixed
> register; in that case, 'info' is that register.

Thanks for the explanation. Reading the code is my understanding
correct that in case of VRECOLABLE a register is allocated later to
the instruction?

> PS: please do not write as if the subject were part of your message.