[llvm-dev] compler-rt, __aeabi_memcpy () possibly broken (ARM)
Peter Jakubek via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Apr 11 12:16:23 PDT 2016
> I'm guessing we haven't got that problem yet because no one uses those
> registers or they save/restore. But this is a potential problem, yes.
The reason we probably don't have a problem is that LLVM does not seem to
assume the float registers remain unchanged when it generates a call to
__aeabi_memcpy. Even though it could.
That way it doesn't matter whether memcyp is called (and corrupts these
As long as we can guarantee this is always the case, there won't be a
with LLVM, compiler-rt. Can we guarantee?
BTW, newlib's memcpy () is an example that corrupts float registers. So
assume these do not exist.
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