[patch] fix red zone altivec saving
Mon Mar 26 08:30:00 GMT 2007
On Mar 25, 2007, at 10:29 PM, Andrew Pinski wrote:
> On 3/25/07, Eric Christopher <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> So, it turns out that the red zone on ppc doesn't include the altivec
>> registers. OK, no problem on those targets (ABI_V4) that happen to
>> push the stack early enough. Unfortunately darwin isn't one of them
>> so a little rearrangement is necessary. However, this doesn't really
>> affect V4 much in that we just save the registers a little later in
>> the sequence after we've pushed.
>> Tested by bootstrap and regression test on ppc-darwin. OK?
> Is this true for say PPC64-linux also which does have the red zone.
> Also ppc-aix which does support VMX and has the red zone (though GCC
> does not support VMX there yet).
> I really think this should be a darwin specific patch if both the
> PPC64-linux ABI (which you can find easily) and ppc-aix's red zone
> supports VMX.
None of the zones (looking at the definition of push_p) are large enough
to support the altivec registers.
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