[LLVMdev] Intrinsic & address space

Luke Dalessandro luked at cs.rochester.edu
Mon Mar 9 16:42:13 PDT 2009

Julien Schmitt wrote:
> I would like to use intrinsic with different address space.
> I defined an intrinsic (used to represent à specific instruction of my target) with a pointer in its arguments, but when calling this intrinsic, if the pointer is not in the generic address space (ie AddrSpace 0), an error occurs ("bad signature").
> How can I specify the address space in the intrinsic definition ?
> Thank you.


If the type of your parameter is llvm_anyptr_ty it should just work with 
non-default address spaces. I don't immediately see anything actually 
using this type though, so there may be a bug somewhere. I'd verify that 
you have defined the intrinsic and then possibly post more information 
to the list with more details or a test case if it still isn't working.


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