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Re: Your inlining change also breaks bootstrap

On Wed, 2003-07-09 at 07:16, Jan Hubicka wrote:
> > 
> > This change breaks the Objective-C bootstrap; libobjc does not build
> > because the Objective-C front end does not define the new hook, and
> > the code uses the hook unconditionally.  In general, new hooks of this
> > kind should have a default, fall-back version that can be used.
> Oops, I did fix this yesterday before commiting the patch and then
> forgot to update the changelog and thus didn't listed the file in commit
> command.  I am running bootstrap again and adding the hook.
> About the default value, I am not quite sure what to do here.  In order
> to esitmate size one must understand the nodes.
> For objc I intended to use version from c-common.c.  Do you think it is
> good idea to create now dead version in tree-inline.c that simply counts
> number of tree nodes?

Something like that would make sense to me, but I think it's make-work
at this point.

Mark Mitchell <>
CodeSourcery, LLC

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