[cfe-commits] r55869 - /cfe/trunk/lib/Basic/Targets.cpp
eli.friedman at gmail.com
Fri Sep 5 22:40:46 CDT 2008
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 7:13 PM, Daniel Dunbar <daniel at zuster.org> wrote:
> darwin x86-32 is '_', but it might be worth just consulting the gcc source.
I didn't bother trying previously, but since you asked... it's just as
difficult as I figured it would be. I can't sort out how the heck the
target definitions work, and I don't particularly feel like investing
a ton of time into it. It's a lot easier to just check.the compiled
> Would it make more sense to have this embedded in TargetIt probably doesn't make much of a difference; it's easy to change if we ever need it.Info? It looks
> like it is something that is always set by GCC but the definition varies
> based on the target.
It probably doesn't make much of a difference; it's easy to change if
we ever need it.
> We may also need this information anyway in other
> places, for example if we were to support -fno-underscores, but I haven't
> investigated this.
If we wanted to support -fno-underscores, we'd have to extend LLVM
somehow... it would have to decorate the symbols differently.
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