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Re: [PATCH] Fix tree-data-ref.c ICE on VIEW_CONVERT_EXPR<type>(0) (PR tree-optimization/33856)
On 10/27/07, Jakub Jelinek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 27, 2007 at 06:33:55PM +0200, Richard Guenther wrote:
> > While there might be cases we (currently) do not fold
> > VIEW_CONVERT_EXPR<>(cst), did you look at why we do not in this
> > particular case (what's some_type?). Possibly a separate PR for
> Yes. some_type in this case is a RECORD_TYPE, and folding VIEW_CONVERT_EXPR
> (particularly in native_interpret_expr) handles only integral, floating
> and vector types. Not sure if it is a good idea to change that (or perhaps
> just special case 0 there and turn that into a zero element CONSTRUCTOR of
> the corresponding type). Or perhaps SRA could avoid creating
> VIEW_CONVERT_EXPR for RECORD_TYPE/UNION_TYPE.
> > not folding this case is appropriate so we can address this during next
> > stage1.
> > Does this PR happen because key is uninitialized?
> Yes, that VIEW_CONVERT_EXPR is created during early SRA (and it a struct
> of two ints, so on LP64 it is the same size as long)
Interesting. Why does SRA bother to initialize uninitialized fields?