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- Nov 1 2013, 2:48 AM (364 w, 15 h)
Dec 30 2014
Nov 20 2014
I added additional checks to test case.
Nov 18 2014
I created a test case. It's also included case for Atom processors.
Nov 14 2014
This test is for feature slow-incdec which is enabled also for Silvermont, KNL and SKX.
I see from other tests that this is common practice to test features itself and not to test that CPU has some feature.
Nov 13 2014
Oct 31 2014
Oct 24 2014
I added test for FeatureSlowIncDec.
Oct 23 2014
Sep 12 2014
Fix for bug committed in r217671
Minor test fix.
Sep 3 2014
Jul 4 2014
Closed by commit rL212321 (authored by volkalex).
Jul 3 2014
Jun 25 2014
Closed by commit rL211688 (authored by volkalex).
Closed by commit rL211675 (authored by volkalex).
Jun 24 2014
Jun 9 2014
Closed by commit rL210466 (authored by volkalex).
Jun 2 2014
Yes, the code with INC/DEC is actually slower on Silvermont than corresponding code with ADD.
May 20 2014
Closed by commit rL209198 (authored by volkalex).
May 19 2014
May 11 2014
Apr 29 2014
2014-04-28 20:38 GMT+04:00 Rafael Ávila de Espíndola <
Apr 28 2014
I updated patch with the comment and rebase it to current trunk.
Apr 24 2014
On Android user doesn't have to pass -fPIC or -fPIE option.
Clang is turning on PIC mode (not PIE) without any user input when targeting to Android.
However when producing executable compiler has no special options (-pie) for linker.
So linker produces executable from PIC objects without -pie option.
So final executable is not pure PIE, it's executable formed from PIC code.
This is what we have now on Android.
Adding -pie option to linker could change produced code which could be surprising to user.
Since -pie needed only to fix or workaround this bug I propose to have -pie only with LTO enabled.