[PATCH 2/6] Generate virtual locations for tokens

Dodji Seketeli dodji@redhat.com
Wed Oct 19 17:11:00 GMT 2011


"Ulrich Weigand" <uweigand@de.ibm.com> writes:

> The problem seems to be that the preprocessor somehow stripped
> off the "unsigned" keyword.  A reduced test case is:
>
> #define isinf(__x)
>
> #define vec_uint4 __vector unsigned int
>
> vec_uint4 isinf;
>
> (Using the name of a function-like macro as identifer is maybe a bit odd,
> but should be perfectly legal C as far as I know ...)
>
> Running this through "cc1 -E" on a SPU target before the patch set yields:
>
> __attribute__((__spu_vector__)) unsigned int isinf;
>
> as expected, but after the patch set we get:
>
> __attribute__((__spu_vector__)) int isinf;
>
> instead.
>
> The problem is clearly related to the platform-specific "macro_to_expand"
> routine that is used on SPU to implement the context-sensitive __vector
> keyword.
>
> With your changes to cpp_get_token (which is the sole caller of the
> macro_to_expand callback), are there any changes in the interface
> to the callback?

Not that I would expect.

>  Any suggestions what could be going on here?

Nothing obvious is coming to my mind right now, I am still looking
at the issue.

-- 
		Dodji



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