[LLVMdev] invalid bytecode signature
Ryan M. Lefever
lefever at wnyx.crhc.uiuc.edu
Fri Dec 1 20:19:27 PST 2006
Thank you for the help. There seem to be several things in my makefiles
that are messed up as a result of switching from the gcc3.4 front end to
the gcc4 frontend. Is there any documentation listing the things that
Ryan M. Lefever [http://www.ews.uiuc.edu/~lefever]
On Fri, 1 Dec 2006, Reid Spencer wrote:
> Hi Ryan,
> On Fri, 2006-12-01 at 18:06 -0600, Ryan M. Lefever wrote:
>> I am trying to disassemble some bytecode using llvm-dis:
>> llvm-dis -f -o llvmtest/sliceme2.cbc.ll llvmtest/sliceme2.cbc
>> However, I am getting the following error.
>> llvm-dis: Invalid bytecode signature: 464C457F (Vers=0, Pos=4)
> The problem is most likely that sliceme2.cbc is *not* bytecode. Open the
> file and see. This message is checking for llvm or llvc (bytecode
> signature) in the first four bytes of the file. Its not finding it and
> reporting an error.
>> How do I go about figuring out what the problem is?
> Edit the file (don't cat it, or you'll mess up your screen settings if
> it is bytecode).
>> llvmtest/sliceme2.cbc is newly compiled using the same version of
>> llvm-gcc as llvm-dis.
> Okay, this is the problem :)
> llvm-gcc4 doesn't emit bytecode any more. It emits object code, just
> like plain-old-gcc.
> If you want it to emit bytecode or llvm assembly, pass -emit-llvm
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