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Re: [tree-ssa] Fix bootstrap failure


Toon Moene wrote:

Daniel Berlin wrote:

On Nov 30, 2003, at 1:33 PM, Toon Moene wrote:

Talking about "fixed" - as far as I can see your PTA only takes effect if HAVE_BANSHEE is defined during compilation.

Because it gets thrown into gcc's config.h.

Yep, got it - was looking in the wrong spot. Sorry.

BTW, the real reason I'm interested in alias analysis is to implement Fortran's "if you don't tell us you're not aliasing" rules.


I'm looking at tree-alias-common.c (intra_function_call):

/* We assume that an actual parameter can point to any global. */

where Fortran would change the "can" to "cannot" :-)

Is that the point to change ?

Thanks in advance,



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