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Re: more m32c brokenness
On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 8:15 PM, DJ Delorie <email@example.com> wrote:
>> The patch simply enabled type checking by default. As I don't see how
>> we can easily address the underlying problem can you try the following
>> which simply makes this typechecking weaker?
> That seems to work.
> FYI test results show 98% pass rate for C++ and 98.6% pass rate for C,
> so I'm not sure what the "underlying problem" is, other than
> inappropriate assumptions about what backends do.
> To recap: the m32c/80 family of chips does not have an integer type
> which is the same size as pointer types, and which has sufficient math
> support in the chip to satisfy gcc's assumption of riscness. Thus,
> sizeof(size_t) < sizeof(void *) (16 < 24). Yes, it really does have
> 24 bit address registers.
Ok, I'll take care of properly comitting the patch.