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8192001: C2: inlining through dispatching MH linkers ignores speculative type of the receiver Reviewed-by: thartmann, roland
author vlivanov
date Fri, 25 Jan 2019 13:37:12 -0800
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default: all

include $(SPEC)
include MakeBase.gmk

# When FIXPATH is set, let it process the file to make sure all paths are usable
# by system native tools. The FIXPATH tool assumes arguments preceeded by an @
# character points to a text file containing further arguments (similar to a
# linker). It replaces any such arguments with a different temporary filename,
# whose contents has been processed to make any paths native. To obtain a
# properly processed compile_commands.json, FIXPATH is then made to invoke an
# AWK script with the unprocessed json file as the only argument, prepended with
# an @ character. The AWK script simply copies the contents of this processed
# file.
# The sed command encloses the fragments inside brackets and removes the final
# trailing comma.
$(OUTPUTDIR)/compile_commands.json: $(wildcard $(MAKESUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR)/compile-commands/*.json)
	$(call LogWarn, Updating compile_commands.json)
	$(RM) $@
	$(FIND) $(MAKESUPPORT_OUTPUTDIR)/compile-commands/ -name \*.json | \
	    $(SORT) | $(XARGS) $(CAT) >> $@.tmp
	$(if $(FIXPATH),$(FIXPATH) $(AWK) 'BEGIN { \
	    tmpfile = substr(ARGV[2],2); \
	    cmd = "$(CP) " "\047" tmpfile "\047" " $@.tmp"; \
	    system(cmd); \
	}' -- @$@.tmp)
	$(SED) -e '1s/^/[\$(NEWLINE)/' -e '$(DOLLAR)s/,\s\{0,\}$(DOLLAR)/\$(NEWLINE)]/' $@.tmp > $@
	$(RM) $@.tmp

TARGETS += $(OUTPUTDIR)/compile_commands.json

all: $(TARGETS)

.PHONY: all