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Re: [ARM] TLS Descriptor support

On Tue, 10 May 2011, Nathan Sidwell wrote:

> +@item -mtls-dialect=@var{dialect}
> +@opindex mtls-dialect
> +Specify the dialect to use for accessing thread local storage.  Two
> +dialects are supported - @option{arm} and @option{gnu}.  The

Use "---" (em dash, unspaced) instead of " - ".

> +@option{arm} dialect selects the ARM EABI scheme for supporting local
> +and global dynamic tls models.  The @option{gnu} dialect selects the

"TLS" not "tls".

> +Specify the default tls dialect, for systems were there is a choice.


> +	with_tls=${with_tls:arm}

Do you mean ${with_tls:-arm}?

> @@ -1755,6 +1759,17 @@ arm_option_override (void)
>  	error ("invalid thread pointer option: -mtp=%s", target_thread_switch);
>      }
> +  if (target_tls_dialect_switch)
> +    {
> +      if (strcmp (target_tls_dialect_switch, "arm") == 0)
> +	target_tls_dialect = TLS_ARM;
> +      else if (strcmp (target_tls_dialect_switch, "gnu") == 0)
> +	target_tls_dialect = TLS_GNU;
> +      else
> +	error ("invalid thread dialect option: -mtls-dialect=%s",
> +	       target_tls_dialect_switch);
> +    }

Rather than checking for strings manually like this, it's now better to 
use the .opt Enum facility for options such as this with a fixed 
enumerated set of values, so target_tls_dialect can be set directly from 
the .opt file using Var and Enum.  (If you want a custom error message, 
you can use UnknownError on the enumeration record to specify it.)

Joseph S. Myers

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