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Re: [buildrobot] [PATCH] r202527: ssa / ssanames restructure broke alpha-linux

On 09/16/2013 05:05 AM, Richard Biener wrote:
On Sat, Sep 14, 2013 at 12:41 PM, Jan-Benedict Glaw <> wrote:

My Build Robot[1] found this recent commit to break Alpha:

         * tree-flow.h (FREE_SSANAMES): Move to tree-ssanames.c
         num_ssa_names, ssa_name): Move to tree-ssanames.h + prototypes.
         * tree-flow-inline.h (make_ssa_name, copy_ssa_name, duplicate_ssa_name,
         make_temp_ssa_name): move to tree-ssanames.h
         * tree-ssa-alias.h: Move prototype.
         * tree-ssa.h: Include tree-ssanames.h.
         * tree-ssanames.c (FREE_SSANAMES): Move to here.
         * tree-ssanames.h: New.  Move items from tree-flow*.h
         * (tree-ssanames.h): Add to tree-ssanames.o and GTFILES.

See for example this build log:

I suggest this patch, which fixes an alpha-linux build for me:
I think you can remove the tree-flow.h include and you need to update the
dependencies in gcc/


of course... :-P

I see rs6000.c and i386.c both use tree-flow.h as well. I will have to see what they are actually pulling in from that file so I don't break those eventually too.



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