[PATCH] Work around ppc64 TLS linker bug (Re: [LPM] Try again to appease powerpc64 in its self host.)
Ulrich.Weigand at de.ibm.com
Thu Jan 29 10:06:44 PST 2015
Hal Finkel <hfinkel at anl.gov> wrote on 29.01.2015 17:13:21:
> > It's probably indeed the best to use the linker flag for now.
> > However, I think adding them to the LLVM build flags is the wrong
> > place; there is nothing special about compiling the LLVM code base
> > as such. Rather, the problem is using clang/LLVM to compile *any*
> > coding using general-/local-dynamics TLS variables.
> > So I think the flags should be added by the clang compiler driver
> > whenever it invokes the linker on PowerPC. (At least for now,
> > and in 3.6. They can be removed again once Bill has changed the
> > code generation to again ensure use of r3 as expected by broken
> > linkers ...)
> Agreed. Can you please post a patch?
I'm not completely sure if this is the correct place to add this,
but the patch seems to work for me. With this clang patch, I'm
able to successfully bootstrap clang again (with the initial-exec
TLS attribute in Chandler's latest change removed again).
OK to check in?
(See attached file: clang-ppc64-notlsopt.patch)
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