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Re: [Patch,AVR] PR54222: Add fixed point support
Denis Chertykov wrote:
> 2012/8/11 Georg-Johann Lay <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> Weddington, Eric schrieb:
>>>> From: Georg-Johann Lay
>>>> The first step would be to bisect and find the patch that lead to
>>>> PR53923. It was not a change in the avr BE, so the question goes
>>>> to the authors of the respective patch.
>>>> Up to now I didn't even try to bisect; that would take years on the
>>>> host that I have available...
>>>>> My only real concern is that this is a major feature addition and
>>>>> the AVR port is currently broken.
>>>> I don't know if it's the avr port or some parts of the middle end that
>>>> don't cooperate with avr.
>>> I would really, really love to see fixed point support added in,
>>> especially since I know that Sean has worked on it for quite a while,
>>> and you've also done a lot of work in getting the patches in shape to
>>> get them committed.
>>> But, if the AVR port is currently broken (by whomever, and whatever
>>> patch) and a major feature like this can't be tested to make sure it
>>> doesn't break anything else in the AVR backend, then I'm hesitant to
>>> approve (even though I really want to approve).
>> I don't understand enough of DF to fix PR53923. The insn that leads
>> to the ICE is (in df-problems.c:dead_debug_insert_temp):
> Today I have updated GCC svn tree and successfully compiled avr-gcc.
> The libgcc2-mulsc3.c from PR53923 also compiled without bugs.
> PS: May be I'm doing something wrong ? (I had too long vacations)
I am configuring with --target=avr --disable-nls --with-dwarf2
--enable-languages=c,c++ --enable-target-optspace=yes --enable-checking=yes,rtl
Build GCC is "gcc version 4.3.2".
Build and host are i686-pc-linux-gnu.
Maybe it's different on a 64-bit computer, but I only have 32-bit host.