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CUDA: mark implicit intrinsics properly

Authored by eliben on Sep 30 2014, 9:35 AM.



r218624 implemented target inference for implicit special members. However, other entities can be implicit - for example intrinsics. These can not have inference running on them, so they should be marked host device as before. This is the safest and most flexible setting, since by construction these functions don't invoke anything, and we'd like them to be invokable from both host and device code. LLVM's intrinsics definitions (where these intrinsics come from in the case of CUDA/NVPTX) have no notion of target, so both host and device intrinsics can be supported this way.

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eliben updated this revision to Diff 14230.Sep 30 2014, 9:35 AM
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