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8072483: AARCH64: uses the wrong operand class for some operations Summary: Use iReg<X>NoSp registers operands where required. Reviewed-by: kvn, adinn, enevill
author aph
date Thu, 05 Feb 2015 11:47:33 -0800
parents 2a82ecb35fc7
children 78c47f0002c3
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# This is a thin wrapper which will call the real configure script, and
# make sure that is called using bash.

# Get an absolute path to this script, since that determines the top-level directory.
this_script_dir=`dirname $0`
this_script_dir=`cd $this_script_dir > /dev/null && pwd`

# Delegate to wrapper, forcing wrapper to believe $0 is this script by using -c.
# This trick is needed to get autoconf to co-operate properly.
bash -c ". $this_script_dir/common/autoconf/configure" $this_script_dir/configure CHECKME $this_script_dir "$@"