with the numerous checks generated in Ada, the gimplification process can
generated dead branches that aren't easily eliminated at -O0 and can impair
the debugging experience. We have found that unconditionally cleaning up the
CFG before emitting the prologue/epilogue can help in some cases. This is the
same idiom already used in rest_of_handle_jump2 for example.
Tested on x86_64-suse-linux. Comments?
2012-04-09 Eric Botcazou <ebotca...@adacore.com>
* function.c (rest_of_handle_thread_prologue_and_epilogue): Clean up
the CFG before generating prologue/epilogue even when not optimizing.
--- function.c (revision 186176)
+++ function.c (working copy)
@@ -6877,8 +6877,7 @@ struct rtl_opt_pass pass_leaf_regs =
static unsigned int
- if (optimize)
- cleanup_cfg (CLEANUP_EXPENSIVE);
+ cleanup_cfg (optimize ? CLEANUP_EXPENSIVE : 0);
/* On some machines, the prologue and epilogue code, or parts thereof,
can be represented as RTL. Doing so lets us schedule insns between