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Re: [ping patch] enhancing gengtype for plugins?

Diego Novillo wrote:
2009/6/12 Basile STARYNKEVITCH <>:

Index: gcc/doc/gty.texi
--- gcc/doc/gty.texi	(revision 148436)
+++ gcc/doc/gty.texi	(working copy)
@@ -450,6 +450,13 @@ For language frontends, there is another file that
 somewhere.  It will be called @file{gtype-@var{lang}.h}, where
 @var{lang} is the name of the subdirectory the language is contained in.

+Plugins can add additional root tables. Run the @code{gengtype}
+utility in plugin mode as @code{gengtype -p @var{source-dir}
+@var{file-list} @var{plugin*.c}} with your plugin files
+@var{plugin*.c} using @code{GTY} to generate the corresponding
+@var{gt-plugin*.h} files.

Add a note stating that for this to work, a build tree for the
GCC version to be used with the plugin must be present.
I did add the note you suggested. I am not entirely sure a build tree is always needed. Perhaps one could hack a suitable file-list ... This is some experiment I have to do..

+ "\t| gengtype -p srcdir input-list plugin... #for plugins");

Change to
"\t gengtype [-p] srcdir input-list [file1 file2 ... fileN]");
Diego, you might have not read (or at least you forgot to paste) the previous line.
I commited exactly:
fatal ("usage: gengtype [-p] srcdir input-list [file1 file2 ... fileN]");
I hope it is what you meant.

OK with those changes.

Committed to trunk as 148515 after having bootstrapped it on x86-64-linux-gnu (ie Debian/Sid/AMD64)

A very big and warm thanks for the review.


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