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Bug#173513: [Bug optimization/9079] Inline constant function pointers

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------- Additional Comments From pinskia at physics dot uc dot edu  2003-07-08 10:46 -------
Subject: Re:  Inline constant function pointers

On Tuesday, Jul 8, 2003, at 00:50 US/Eastern, doko at cs dot tu-berlin 
dot de wrote:
> ------- Additional Comments From doko at cs dot tu-berlin dot de  
> 2003-07-08 04:50 -------
> Subject: Re: Bug#173513:  Inline constant function pointers
> pinskia at physics dot uc dot edu writes:
>> Mark this a dup of bug 3713 which was for c++ but now for all 
>> languages.
>> *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 3713 ***
> I fail to see a resolution to this report. The call to funk is not
> inlined.

This bug was the same bug as 3713 which means that they were the same 
Having two bugs referring to the same bug in the database is usually 
not good
because we cannot keep track of which bugs are important and which bugs 
or not
and we also cannot keep track of which bugs get fixed, that is why bugs 
marked as duplicates of each other.

I hope this bug gets fixed for the tree-ssa branch which makes working 
on the tree a
lot easier and the it can fold the constant function pointer and then 
maybe inline it.

Andrew Pinski

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