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Re: where the compilation process stops in gcc



> Yes, the compiler starts and ends in toplev.c, though some language
> front ends may add extra stuff around toplev.c. See toplev_main,
> do_compile, compile_file, etc.

Hi,
  Thanx for the reply Jim.i found that functions in toplev.c are 'being
  called' by the functions in other passes less frequently compared to the
  calls 'made by' the functions in this file.
  is there any specific function or a point in toplev.c, where the process
  ends.
regards
nath.

> perugupa@csee.wvu.edu wrote:
>>    i would like to know where the compilation process ends in gcc i
>>    mean in which 'file'.from the documentation of gcc it should end
>>    some where in toplev.c as it controls every pass.but i am not sure.
>
> --
> Jim Wilson, GNU Tools Support, http://www.SpecifixInc.com




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