[webkit-dev] "jsc -d" does not dump bytecode in debug builds

Oliver Hunt oliver at apple.com
Thu May 13 16:27:27 PDT 2010

What's your testcase?

One potential issue you could be seeing is that we don't dump the bytecode until we compile code so the code for a function won't be dumped until you call it for instance, but you should at the very least be getting an bc dump for the containing global code.


On May 13, 2010, at 4:24 PM, Auro Tripathy wrote:

> What gives?
> The documentation says,
> Usage: jsc [options] [files] [-- arguments]
>   -d         Dumps bytecode (debug builds only)
>   -e         Evaluate argument as script code
>   -f         Specifies a source file (deprecated)
>   -h|--help  Prints this help message
>   -i         Enables interactive mode (default if no files are specified)
>   -s         Installs signal handlers that exit on a crash (Unix platforms only)
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