[ARM][tests] Make input and output arrays 128-bit aligned in vectorisation tests

Kyrill Tkachov kyrylo.tkachov@arm.com
Tue Sep 9 15:14:00 GMT 2014

Hi all,

As Christophe mentioned at 
These tests fail on big-endian. The reason is that the input is not 
aligned to 128 bit forcing the use of a movmisalign which we don't 
support on big-endian.

A solution is to force the alignment of the arrays, allowing for the use 
of normal loads and stores.
We can look into enabling misaligned loads on big-endian with the 
appropriate reversal logic as a separate
piece of work...

Ok for trunk?

2014-09-09  Kyrylo Tkachov  <kyrylo.tkachov@arm.com>

     * gcc.target/arm/vect-lceilf_1.c: Make input and output arrays global
     and 16-byte aligned.
     * gcc.target/arm/vect-lfloorf_1.c: Likewise.
     * gcc.target/arm/vect-lroundf_1.c: Likewise.
     * gcc.target/arm/vect-rounding-btruncf.c: Likewise.
     * gcc.target/arm/vect-rounding-ceilf.c: Likewise.
     * gcc.target/arm/vect-rounding-floorf.c: Likewise.
     * gcc.target/arm/vect-rounding-roundf.c: Likewise.
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