[LLVMdev] inserting a fucntion call at the end of basic bloc

Nabila ABDESSAIED nabila.abdessaied at gmail.com
Mon Apr 25 02:55:21 PDT 2011

2011/4/25 Duncan Sands <baldrick at free.fr>

> Hi Nabila,
> > i would like insert a fucntion call at the end of each basic bloc
> you can't, because only terminators are allowed at the end of a basic
> block.
> However you can try to insert the call before the terminator.
Yes, i mean before the termininator,
My problem is how to call a method
suppose this fucntion
void A(int x)


should i define this function and declare it at the beginig of the module
and create for it a basic bloc?
and then how to call it before each basic bloc terminitor

> > i tried to see an example with the demo, i saw that it instead of calling
> the
> > function, it repeats all the instruction that are existing in the
> function
> > Any help?
> Turn off optimization in the demo (optimization level "None").
> Ciao, Duncan.
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