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Position independent m68k code + __builtin_memcpy
- Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 09:50:25 -0400
- From: gene.smith at sea.siemens.com (geneSmith)
- Subject: Position independent m68k code + __builtin_memcpy
Tell me to go away since this is probably really a gcc question.
When I use an old version of m68k-rtems-gcc (2.95.3) and I have a memcpy
call in my code it inlines it automatically (per objdump). When I run
the same code through the new m68k-rtems-gcc (3.2.3) I never get an
inline but a call to the library function (even when I change it to
__builtin_memcpy() and use option -fbuiltin as mentioned in the gcc
All I can find is that it won't inline memcpy if the length is a
variable. In my case it is a constant.
Anybody know what is going on here?