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- Apr 5 2019, 12:19 PM (191 w, 4 d)
Jul 13 2022
Thank you. This diff fixed the pass.c from my bug report. To apply the diff, I needed to remove the pr56469.ll part, because I don't have that file.
Dec 2 2021
I don't have commit access to LLVM.
Jan 22 2021
I forgot about this diff for a month.
Dec 20 2020
Hi, Eli. I'm missing emails from Phabricator, so I didn't know about your recent post. I will respond to your question about numUsedRegs when I find time.
Nov 14 2020
I have updated the diff to use bool isInt = !Ty->isFloatingType(); and bool isIndirect = isAggregateTypeForABI(Ty);. This removes both calls to Ty->isAggregateType(). This fixes some C++ types, because aren't aggregates in the C++ language, but do become aggregates in the ABI. The new test ppc32-varargs-method.cpp checks a pointer to a member function, and passes only with both the isInt and isIndirect changes.
Nov 5 2020
Nov 4 2020
Oct 28 2020
I'm using this TargetInfo.cpp diff in clang 10.0.1 on OpenBSD/macppc to build GNUstep. For me, it fixes the build of gnustep-gui. I rebuilt libobjc2, gnustep-make, and gnustep-base before building gnustep-gui.
May 28 2020
@qbit, if you use git clang-format, it should format only the code around your diff (https://llvm.org/docs/Contributing.html#how-to-submit-a-patch). On OpenBSD, pkg_add llvm installs clang-format.
Jan 23 2020
Apr 16 2019
I'm stuck. I didn't put a test in this patch because I can't run the tests yet. So far, I can build a clang executable but can't build the rest of the project. I won't run the tests without a complete build, and I won't edit the tests without running them.