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<h1>Polly: Documentation</h1>
<li><h2><a href="documentation/architecture.html">The architecture
<li><h2><a href="example_load_Polly_into_clang.html">Load Polly into clang and automatically
run it at -O3</a></h2>
This example is for users of Polly. It explains how you can load Polly into
clang such that the polyhedral optimzations are available during normal
compilation. Using Polly is not more complicated than just adding a new flag
<li><h2><a href="example_load_Polly_into_dragonegg.html">Use Polly in dragonegg</a></h2>
How to load and use Polly within dragonegg.
<h2><a href="example_manual_matmul.html">Execute the individual Polly passes
This example presents the individual passes that are involved when optimizing
code with Polly. We show how to execute them individually and explain for each
which analysis is performed or what transformation is applied. In this example
the polyhedral transformation is user-provided to show how much performance
improvement can be expected by an optimal automatic optimizer.
<li><h2><a href="documentation/passes.html">The LLVM passes available in
<li><h2><a href="documentation/memaccess.html">Polly - Memory access optimizations