[llvm-dev] invalid signature error (old bitcode, new tools)
Mehdi Amini via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Feb 15 17:13:33 PST 2016
> On Feb 15, 2016, at 4:57 PM, Muhammad Umar Janjua via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> At some point in 2005/6, I was using an older version of llvm-gcc.
> I generated files with bytecode using llvm tools at that time.
> It was GNU C version 3.4-llvm 20030924 (experimental) (i686-pc-linux-gnu)
> ; compiled by GNU C version 3.4.0.
As you can see from http://llvm.org/releases/ ; the version 3.4 was released in 2014. Back in 2005/2006 it seems that the version was 1.X.
The message you see with 3.4 means probably that this version of llvm-gcc was compiled with (against?) gcc-3.4.
> I somehow lost these old tools. But after a decade, I still want to disassemble these old result files to see the code.
You'll have to use an older version of LLVM to read these files.
Start with version 3.0, and if it does not work you can try 2.0, and then try to pinpoint the exact 1.x release if needed.
(I don't know if there was a record with the version in the bitcode at that time?)
> So I downloaded some windows llvm tools to disassemble a bytecode file into .ll file to view the disassembly code.
> However, I am seeing an invalid bitcode signature error.
> Now there could be some changes in the format that the newer version insists on.
> Could some one help me with llvm-dis for windows that can disassemble the attached c6.bc file?
> C:\work\llvm-3.4-tools-windows>llvm-dis c:\ImportantDocs\experiments\c6.bc
> llvm-dis: Invalid bitcode signature
> C:\work\llvm-3.4-tools-windows>llvm-dis -help
> OVERVIEW: llvm .bc -> .ll disassembler
> USAGE: llvm-dis [options] <input bitcode>
> -f - Enable binary output on terminals
> -help - Display available options (-help-hidden for more)
> -o=<filename> - Override output filename
> -print-after-all - Print IR after each pass
> -print-before-all - Print IR before each pass
> -show-annotations - Add informational comments to the .ll file
> -time-passes - Time each pass, printing elapsed time for each on exit
> -version - Display the version of this program
> C:\work\llvm-3.4-tools-windows>llvm-dis -version
> LLVM (http://llvm.org/):
> LLVM version 3.4svn
> DEBUG build.
> Built Feb 24 2014 (21:50:43).
> Default target: i686-pc-win32
> Host CPU: corei7-avx
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