[cfe-commits] [PATCH] Add pnaclcall convention to Native Client targets
eli.friedman at gmail.com
Tue Oct 16 14:42:08 PDT 2012
On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 8:52 AM, Derek Schuff <dschuff at google.com> wrote:
> There are several bits that had to be touched, but the change is very
> On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 2:53 PM, Derek Schuff <dschuff at google.com> wrote:
>> Because PNaCl bitcode must be target-independent, it uses some
>> different bitcode representations from other targets (e.g. byval and
>> sret for structures). This means that without additional type
>> information, it cannot meet some native ABI requirements for some
>> targets (e.g. passing structures containing unions by value on
>> x86-64). To allow generation of code which uses the correct native
>> ABIs, we also support triples such as x86_64-nacl, which uses
>> target-dependent IR (as opposed to le32-nacl, which uses byval and
>> To allow interoperation between the two types of code, this patch adds
>> a calling convention attribute to be used in code compiled with the
>> target-dependent triple, which will generate code using the le32-style
>> bitcode. This calling convention does not need to be explicitly
>> supported in the backend because it determines bitcode representation
>> rather than native conventions (the backend just needs to undersand
>> how to handle byval and sret for the Native Client OS).
>> This patch implements __attribute__((pnaclcall)) to generate calls in
>> bitcode according to the le32 bitcode conventions, an attribute which
>> is accepted by any Native Client target, but issues a warning
>> Please take a look, thanks.
+ // There appears to be no way to get the callingconv here, so just use
+ // the native version. FIXME: throw an early error if a function has
+ // pnaclcall attribute and varargs.
I don't see any other issues.
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