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On Thu, 29 Apr 2004, Richard Henderson wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 03:52:19PM +0200, Steven Bosscher wrote:
> > In the only major ORIGINAL_REGNO user, regrename.c, we seem to be only
> > interested in testing if ORIGINAL_REGNO (reg) == REGNO (reg), in which
> > case it must have been a hard reg from an asm statement.
> I think originally this was going to be used for var-tracking,
> but that wound up inventing a new REG_ATTRS thing instead.
> Patch is ok if it passes regression testing, and builds cc1 for
> all targets touched.

Um.  This makes the dumps after reload harder to read.  Sometimes by much.  
I remember the times when there was no ORIGINAL_REGNO and also remember
the joy I felt once they were there (in fact at that time I even thought
it was specifically invented for debugging dumps).

Steven's "but IMHO one can just read the RTL dumps to see what happened" 
is a tautology.

So, I think this behaviour should be preserved, maybe by moving it to the 
REG_ATTRS, no idea.


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