[LLVMdev] C embedded extensions and LLVM
sabre at nondot.org
Wed Nov 21 18:17:39 PST 2007
On Tue, 20 Nov 2007, Christopher Lamb wrote:
> Any suggestions on type syntax in .ll files for address spaced pointers?
> I was thinking postfix of the type name, but I'm up in the air about what a
> good separator would be. Simply whitespace?
I'd prefer to make it really obvious what is going on in the .ll file.
How about something like:
%x = load i32 * addrspace(42) %ptr
Putting the marker after the * it applies to should make the .ll file
easier to parse, but putting it *immediately* before the '*' is also fine
with me. This would give:
%x = load i32 addrspace(42)* %ptr
I guess that looks a bit more natural.
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