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Ada bootstrap failure on ia64
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- Subject: Ada bootstrap failure on ia64
- From: Andreas Schwab <schwab at suse dot de>
- Date: 09 Nov 2001 18:05:59 +0100
I'm trying to bootstrap Ada on ia64 (using a cross compiler from ia32),
but I get an ICE in gnat when compiling a-nuflra.adb. The problem is that
move_by_pieces_ninsns is called with align = 1, but there is no mode with
1 bit alignment. The function is called by emit_block_move, which iself
is called with
x = (mem/s:BLK (reg/f:DI 381) )
y = (mem/s:BLK (reg/f:DI 336 virtual-stack-vars) [3 outs+0 S32 A128])
size = (const_int 32 [0x20])
and align = 1 comes from MEM_ALIGN (x). Does MEM_ALIGN return the
alignment in bits or in bytes?
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