I woke up a bit early today, around 6:30.


Will need an effective means of representing registers for the cell allocator. Registers would be constant for the most part.


Looks like MIPS V was never actually implemented or released, so that means it can be ignored.


I suppose I can have a register gifting system in the allocator. The allocator starts out blank, but the constructor of the base class adds registers along with their purpose to the allocator.


However, some registers have multiple purposes. Some could be general purpose and be used for arguments or return values. So this would have to be supported. Although some conditions will have to be checked for example.