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Re: [PATCH] PR ipa/81185, Improve naming of target_clone cloned function names

On 06/22/2017 07:58 PM, Michael Meissner wrote:
> he June 19th, 2017 change from Martin Liska  <>, made the
> target_clones support more usable, in that it it changed the external name from
> being the default function to being the ifunc handler.  This means that calls
> from other modules will call the appropriate clone based on what machine it is
> running on.
> The name generated for each of the clone functions for non-default
> architectures has the string ".default.<number>" added to it, while it already
> has the various names for the different architectures.
> I tracked this down to create_dispatcher_calls getting called for each of the
> clone functions, since they have the DECL_FUNCTION_VERISIONED bit set.
> I have done bootstrap builds on both x86_64 and PowerPC and this patch builds
> the current GCC and has no regressions in the test suite.  Can I check it into
> the trunk?
> 2017-06-22  Michael Meissner  <>
> 	PR ipa/81185
> 	* multiple_target.c (create_dispatcher_calls): Only create the
> 	dispatcher call if the function is the default clone of a
> 	versioned function.

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