Ask questionscmd/compile: additional internal debugging support for escape.go

esc.go and escape.go both support -m=1 for emitting diagnostics about escape analysis results, but esc.go additionally supported -m=2 and above for emitting diagnostics about internal code execution and decision making. escape.go should provide similar functionality for compiler maintainer use.


Answer questions dr2chase

Your second one is good (the old version and your first one are both not good), except that I don't quite see why I need the lines that are indented under "flow" (i.e., the intermediate lines). The lines marked "flow" would be even better with some parenthetical mention of the line/column. Users are going to be a little mystified by ~r0 and ~R0.


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