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Re: [PATCH] Disallow inlining if static vars in that function contain addresses of that function's labels (PR tree-optimization/29484)


Mark Mitchell <mark@codesourcery.com> writes:

> That's a compelling argument, if existing usage has been that nobody
> cares about address quality.  If so, then the manual ought to explicitly
> say that you cannot rely on the addresses of labels being the same, and
> should not do comparison between them.  So, if you want to proceed with
> your original patch, then I think it ought to come with a patch to the
> manual as well.

Addresses of labels are only meaningful within the same function.  We
already move them around when the function isn't actually using a
computed goto, so this can be regarded as a variant of that feature.

Andreas.

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