[binutils-gdb] Add .nop assembler directive

Alan Modra amodra@gmail.com
Mon Feb 19 04:50:00 GMT 2018


On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 01:22:41PM -0000, H.J.Lu wrote:
> https://sourceware.org/git/gitweb.cgi?p=binutils-gdb.git;h=62a02d25b6e5d9f92c205260daa11355d0c62532
> 
> commit 62a02d25b6e5d9f92c205260daa11355d0c62532
> Author: H.J. Lu <hjl.tools@gmail.com>
> Date:   Sat Feb 17 05:20:42 2018 -0800
> 
>     Add .nop assembler directive

It looks like this patch caused the following regressions.  Please
investigate.

m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: objdump -WL
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: gas/elf/warn-2.s  (test for warnings, line )
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: lns-common-1
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: all_insns
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: 68HC12 indexed addressing mode with 5, 9 and 16-bit offsets (indexed12)
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: 68HC12 PC-relative addressing modes (bug-1825)
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: XGATE instruction set and all modes
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: ld-m68hc11/relax-group
m68hc11-elf  +FAIL: ld-m68hc11/xgate1
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: objdump -WL
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: gas/elf/warn-2.s  (test for warnings, line )
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: lns-common-1
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: all_insns
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: 68HC12 indexed addressing mode with 5, 9 and 16-bit offsets (indexed12)
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: 68HC12 PC-relative addressing modes (bug-1825)
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: XGATE instruction set and all modes
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: ld-m68hc11/relax-group
m68hc12-elf  +FAIL: ld-m68hc11/xgate1
m68k-elf  +FAIL: MRI immediate constants
m68k-linux  +FAIL: MRI immediate constants
m68k-netbsd  +FAIL: MRI immediate constants
spu-elf  +FAIL: objdump -WL
spu-elf  +FAIL: gas/elf/warn-2.s  (test for warnings, line )
spu-elf  +FAIL: lns-common-1
spu-elf  +FAIL: ld-spu/icache1
xgate-elf  +FAIL: objdump -WL
xgate-elf  +FAIL: gas/elf/warn-2.s  (test for warnings, line )
xgate-elf  +FAIL: lns-common-1
xgate-elf  +FAIL: Dwarf2 test on insns.s
xgate-elf  +FAIL: all_insns
xgate-elf  +FAIL: insns
z80-coff  +FAIL: relative jump out of range (jr)
z80-coff  +FAIL: relative jump out of range (djnz)
z80-coff  +FAIL: miscellaneous instructions

-- 
Alan Modra
Australia Development Lab, IBM



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