[patch] adjust libgloss addresses for 64-bit

Thiemo Seufer ths@networkno.de
Fri Apr 15 19:35:00 GMT 2005

Paul Koning wrote:
> >>>>> "Maciej" == Maciej W Rozycki <macro@linux-mips.org> writes:
>  Maciej> But in principle you are right for consistency the presence
>  Maciej> or the lack of the "d" prefix should imply the size of the
>  Maciej> operands used as it is so for other assembly instructions.
>  Maciej> So how about disabling the "wrong" macros completely?  That
>  Maciej> is using as_bad() for these two "dla/la used to load..."
>  Maciej> messages just below "do_la" that are currently warnings.
>  Maciej> After all these load address macros are the only place where
>  Maciej> non-default address calculation rules can be argued about at
>  Maciej> all -- the interpretation of e.g.:
>  Maciej> lh $2, 0x80000000 lh $2, 0x80000000($3) lh $2, foo +
>  Maciej> 0x80000000($3) lh $2, foo + 0xc000000080000000($3)
> One answer would be to use an implicit DLA for N64, and LA otherwise.
> I was thinking more about explicitly written LA vs. DLA.
> All this demonstrates once again that the whole built-in macro stuff
> in the MIPS assembler was a design blunder from day one.  Sigh.
> Fortunately, GCC no longer uses any of this...

For 64bit non-PIC it still does.


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