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Re: [tree-ssa] COND_EXPR lowering.
On Fri, 2003-10-24 at 13:33, Zdenek Dvorak wrote:
> > If no one ever uses it, then its not going to cause any errors. If
> > someone does uses it, then we've got it right.
> in the current state, noone uses it and I see no reason why it should
> ever be useful ==> I am not going to do this. If someone wants it,
> I think its up to him to do the work.
> Just one last thing to say: Sorry guys, I have been maintaing this patch
> for about two months now; in that time, I had to merge about three major
> conflicting changes into it. I am going to merge Jeff's jump threading
Didnt Jeff say he'd take care of that?
> changes, but this is about where my patience ends. I really cannot
> continue with further infrastructure changes under these conditions.
> Either someone of you finds the time to review the patches reasonably
> fast, or I am going to just give up this effort.
No one has had time until recently, other things have had priority. Im
looking at the COND stuff now because I think its close to next on the
priority list (at least mine :-). I agree its dragged on, there just
hasn't been time. I want to get the rest of the lowering stuff in in the
very near future too. Whats left, SWITCH_EXPR and BIND_EXPR? I'd like
SWITCH now too, as it ought to resolve the ongoing problems Dan is
having with PRE and presplitting all the edges.