[LLVMdev] combined arm patch

Jim Laskey jlaskey at apple.com
Sat Dec 2 09:53:29 PST 2006


Please bracket portions of your changes that involve modification of  
C/C++ source code.  For cases of modifying configuration scripts and  
make files, use your best judgement.  Obviously having the brackets  
emitted in generated code is problematic (line numbers et cetera), so  
don't bother in those cases.

Beside marking the changes we've made, the purpose of APPLE LOCAL  
brackets is reduce confusion when we merge with the main branch  
(sometimes a very hairy task when there are lots of conflicts.)


-- Jim

On Dec 1, 2006, at 4:30 PM, Rafael EspĂ­ndola wrote:

> Attached is the current ARM patch. It allows the LLVM branch to
> compile on linux/arm and the resulting libgcc is compatible with a
> glibc compiled a vanilla gcc,i.e, a statically compiled hello world
> works :-)
> The patch was constructed by merging patches from gcc 4.1 with minimal
> editing for making merging easier. It was requested that I bracket the
> changes, I will try to remove all unnecessary parts, like C++ support.
> Is this ok or should I bracket the complete patch? Note that some
> changes are just updates to auto generated files...
> Best Regards,
> Rafael
> <arm.patch.bz2>
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