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Re: [patch] Change inline asm to work with llvm-gcc
On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 8:07 AM, Rafael Espindola <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> And the g in glibc stands for GNU as well. If you want to use glibc,
>> use gcc. Everything is of no interest.
> It is a real pity that the GNU project is so isolationist. At least
> glibc still supports linux! Hope it doesn't switch to HURD only.
> Anyway, that does save me some time figuring out how to build it.
> Thanks, I will just keep a local patch. Anyone looking for the problem
> is likely to find the post and not disturb you guys anymore.
Personally, I think it is an llvm bug. If it isn't 100% compatible with
gcc, it shouldn't say so. However, if gcc 4.2 has the same issue,
it is an entirely different story.
FWIW, icc has to support the same asm syntax as gcc.