[PATCH] clang-check should ignore -no-integrated-as because certain drivers can't handle it

Renato Golin renato.golin at linaro.org
Fri Dec 13 03:49:25 PST 2013

On 11 December 2013 13:43, Simon Atanasyan <simon at atanasyan.com> wrote:

> Some targets (for example MIPS and maybe ARM) do dot use integrated
> assembler by default. If we do not pass --integrated-as argument to
> the driver it always invokes external assembler if the driver run on
> MIPS. The purpose of the commit r156478 was to solve this problem.

Just a note, ARM (and Thumb) modes now have the IAS enabled by default
(since r197024).

But I think that the option should still be forced if necessary, and one
should not rely on default behaviour of other flags when choosing the
default behaviour for yours.

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