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Re: purge_addressof flags badness


On Mon, Mar 15, 1999 at 03:11:11AM -0700, Jeffrey A Law wrote:
>   > The purge_addressof code has a bad habit of not looking where it's
>   > deciding to put new instructions.  The case that brought this to mind is
> Yea.  I wonder if the non ADDRESSOF code handled this better. 

Not really.  Before addressof existed, put_var_into_stack was always
called before rtl generation was complete.  Before jump does if-conversion,
there's nothing but bcc that's a cc0 user, and bcc never uses pseudos
on cc0 machines.

So it was never an issue.


r~


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