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Re: [patch] for PRs 27639 and 26719
On Sun, 25 Jun 2006, Eric Botcazou wrote:
> > Uh, I would guess a safe answer from nowrap_type_p is false, so you
> > need to put some reasoning behind that (integer) types with a base
> > type do not wrap.
> My understanding is that a value may wrap in the base type but never in the
> subtype alone.
I you have f.i.
unsigned:3 a = 0;
a = a + 9;
you will get
a = (unsigned:3)((unsigned)a + 9);
which is basically wrapping. Is the Ada situation different here? Or
will we always ask nowrap_type_p for (unsigned)a and not a? Or is this
exactly the problem that we do not?
So, eventually, nowrap_type_p should return nowrap_type_p (TREE_TYPE
(type)) in your case?
> > Apart from that, you seem to rely on "optimization" (nowrap_type_p returning
> > true) to avoid the bug?
> Not sure it's an optimization. But perhaps tweaking convert_affine_scev would
> indeed be better.
Yes, somewhere there's a bug... do you have a testcase, btw?
Richard Guenther <email@example.com>
Novell / SUSE Labs