21 GCC regressions, 0 new, with your patch on 2003-06-26T09:45:01Z.

Andrew Pinski pinskia@physics.uc.edu
Thu Jun 26 22:24:00 GMT 2003


On Thursday, Jun 26, 2003, at 17:58 US/Eastern, Jan Hubicka wrote:

>>> Here is the diff with and without -funit-at-a-time on Darwin:
>>
>> The patch I commited for this yesterday didn't work for darwin?  It
>> definitly fixed the problems on PPC Linux.
>> Ugm, I will try again with crosscomplier :(
>> Basically if there is object output that is not used by way visible to
>> varpool it must by marked via varpool_mark_needed_node.  Do you have
>> some knowledge how does the Darwin OBJC work and what makes it
>> different?
>
> Hi,
> the problem is that actually darwin uses special purpose sections 
> instead of
> global symbols.  varpool code then removes the variables emit into 
> these
> sections as dead.  The attached patch marks all declarations built by
> objc-act.c that appears to be set used because it may not be used 
> later (just
> to avoid warning as comment in some cases says).  I am not 100% sure 
> that they
> are all needed, but they won't hurt and it is probably better to be 
> safe then
> sorry when I have zero chances to test it on darwin myself.
>
> Do you have access to darwin machine and can you test it by any chance?

Testing it right now to see if it fixes the problem.
I cannot run the full testsuite though (I do not have the fixed kernel).


Thanks,
Andrew Pinski



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