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Re: PING: [C PATCH] Various c_do_switch_warnings improvements

Roger Sayle <> writes:

| Ping?
| On Sat, 8 Jul 2006, Roger Sayle wrote:
| > 2006-07-08  Roger Sayle  <>
| >
| > 	* tree.h (CASE_LOW_SEEN, CASE_HIGH_SEEN): New macros for manipulating
| > 	temporary visit flags on CASE_LABEL_EXPRs.
| > 	* c-common.c (match_case_to_enum): Add function comment.  Avoid
| > 	O(N) loop, by looking up both CASE_LOW_SEEN and CASE_HIGH_SEEN.
| > 	(c_do_switch_warnings):  Reorganize to record CASE_LOW_SEEN and
| > 	CASE_HIGH_SEEN for enumerated types.  If the switch expression is
| > 	a constant, only warn if that constant value isn't handled.
| >
| > 	* gcc.dg/Wswitch-enum-2.c: New test case.
| > 	* gcc.dg/Wswitch-enum-3.c: Likewise.
| Basically a diagnostic regression fix, removal of a quadratic loop in
| the C front-end to speed up the compiler, and a code clean-up to avoid
| undocumented use of tree_common bits.  Unfortunately, summer vacations
| have resulted in this going for over a month without comment and not
| being pinged earlier.
| I've rebootstrapped and regression tested the patch and testcases on
| x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu against 20060822 mainline, again with no new
| failures.

This is OK by me, but I don't know how much of it is C-maintainer
garden and how much I can approve of it.

-- Gaby

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