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Re: A sched.c patch



  In message <199807131521.IAA00818@smtp.earthlink.net>you write:
  > >>>>> "Jeffrey" == Jeffrey A Law <law@cygnus.com> writes:
  > 
  >     Jeffrey> Given a variety of tidbits from this thread and a
  >     Jeffrey> separate thread with Kenner, Jim, Mark & myself, I
  >     Jeffrey> suspect the problem is an incorrect change to expr.c
  >     Jeffrey> brought over in the last merge.  It sets MEM_IN_STRUCT_P
  >     Jeffrey> incorrectly.
  > 
  >     Jeffrey> As a quick test, I reverted Kenner's patch and everything
  >     Jeffrey> works fine again.
  > 
  > Of course, Kenner pointed out, and I think correctly, that his patch
  > fixes some other test cases.  IMO, we should figure out whether to go
  > to a ternary MEM_IN_STRUCT_P or disable the optimization before we go
  > to 1.1.  Just reverting Kenner's change (as I originally suggested)
  > probably is not good enough.
Right.  That's why I'm still investigating :-)

jeff


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