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Re: [Patch, fortran] PR54107 ICE on recursive interface


The patch itself is good for trunk - it's rather clever, in fact :-)

What's happened to the testcase?  There are still lots of commented
out lines that I presume are fixed.



On 7 February 2013 23:28, Mikael Morin <> wrote:
> Hello,
> this is the last remaining patch to fix an infinite recursion when
> creating the middle-end type of a function having a dummy
> procedure whose interface is the function itself.
> This patch is a slight variation of the comment 4 fix that was attached
> to the PR.  It sets the procedure's backend_decl to error_mark_node, so
> that the recursion can be detected and handled in the next iteration.  I
> don't think the middle-end supports recursive function types, so the
> middle-end types for recursive dummy procedure are actually variadic
> procedure types.
> regression tested on x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu. OK for trunk?

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