today's flow.c change breaks build.

Jeffrey A Law
Wed May 10 13:42:00 GMT 2000

  In message < >you write:
  > I think the problem is caused by the test which seems a little fishy?

  > I don't see why it's illegal to add an insn after a delete insn.
Because that's how we've defined the proper behavior of the compiler.

  > Actually, the rtx which is triggering the abort isn't even a deleted insn;
  > it's actually a basic block note which has /v set, and somehow it's
  > recognized as a delete insn.
That is precisely what /v means -- the insn was deleted.


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