[Patch] PR 61692 - Fix for inline asm ICE

Jeff Law law@redhat.com
Mon Sep 15 21:51:00 GMT 2014

On 09/14/14 02:13, David Wohlferd wrote:
> I sent you the file you requested (off list), but never heard back from
> you about the valgrind results.
Just haven't got back to it yet...  There's always more to get done on 
any given day than I have the time for, so I have to prioritize and some 
things get put on the back burner until I can get back to them.

> In an effort to move this along, I installed ubuntu under virtualbox and
> did a build of gcc.  When running the output of this build with
> valgrind, I saw a number of memory *leaks* reported, but no overruns,
> despite having maxed out the operands + clobbers in a variety of ways.
OK.  Something else must be in play here.  Clobbers can be somewhat 
special in that they may not always been an operand in the usual sense. 
  ie, often they'll just be attached to the insn as an explicit blob of 
RTL, that's the only thing I can think of that would be preventing us 
from losing here.

> If you are also out of ideas, I can re-send the patch for the original
> ninputs + noutputs + nlabels problem (along with the testcase you
> requested), and we can at least fix the known ICE.
Let's go with your original inputs + outputs + labels change and punt 
the clobbers stuff for now.


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