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Re: [patch] Change inline asm to work with llvm-gcc

> 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.

I have no idea if gcc 4.2 has the same issue or not. I don't know the
reason why llvm-gcc adds that requirement, but it looks reasonable to
have. No compiler is 100% compatible with another. Trying to use
llvm-gcc I have found some interesting corner cases. The same has been
true for people trying to use icc. The actual cases are off topic for
this list, but I would be more then happy to discuss them somewhere
else. You can find most of them by looking at the bugs I opened or
fixed in the llvm bugzilla.

> FWIW, icc has to support the same asm syntax as gcc.

That is nice, but it has other incompatibilities (and is not the one I
am trying to get to work :-) ).

> ---
> H.J.

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