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- Feb 6 2019, 5:35 AM (31 w, 4 d)
Aug 15 2019
For latest version see https://reviews.llvm.org/D64838
Aug 9 2019
Just FYI, I can confirm a happily running arm64 kernel with CFI enabled built with this patch series. The C wrappers aren't needed and CFI is still triggering on mismatches:
May 30 2019
Nick points out that "REQUIRES: x86-registered-target" is likely not needed.
May 22 2019
May 20 2019
Rebasing to monorepo...
May 18 2019
Rebased to latest LLVM
Apr 5 2019
I can confirm this fixes the Linux kernel relocation visibility problem I saw. Thank you!
Apr 3 2019
Should I respin to make booleans always zero extended? I can adjust the X86 code at the same time...
For the non-X86 case: https://reviews.llvm.org/D60224
For note, this is based on https://reviews.llvm.org/D60208
What other target have their own lowering code? (Or, restated, is x86 the only target not using the generic lowering code?)
Feb 6 2019
I reduced the C code to this:
I found a weird mis-compilation bug. Not sure if in LLVM or Clang half. Details here: https://reviews.llvm.org/D56571#1386973
Not sure if this is the fault of the LLVM half or the Clang half, but I'm seeing mis-compilations in the current patches (llvm ca1e713fdd4fab5273b36ba6f292a844fca4cb2d with D53765.185490 and clang 01879634f01bdbfac4636ebe03b68e85b20cd664 with D56571.185489). My earlier builds were okay (llvm b1650507d25d28a03f30626843b7b133796597b4 with D53765.183738 and clang 61738985ebe78eeff6cfae7f97543d3456bac25a with D56571.181973).