long double is an 80-bit extended precision float with a size and alignment of 16 (only the first 10 are used), passed in x87 registers. On aarch64, it is a IEEE 754 binary128 emulated in software and passed in 128-bit vector registers.
long double doesn't seem to be used too heavily, it is problematic since some inline functions in musl's
math.h use it.
If we didn't generate code for
static inline functions unless they are called or have their address taken, we could just ignore this for now. This would require generating code separately from parsing statements, rather than together as we are doing now.
To actually implement this, we will need some support from QBE to pass
long double arguments in the right registers. Perhaps this could be done by introducing two new register types,
q. There would need to be some softfp code for aarch64. https://bellard.org/softfp/ looks like a good option, but would require implementing
Which headers, specifically? Is this due to defining
__GNUC__=4instead of just undefining it?
This is a bit tricky since we need to define
__GNUC__to get the libc to use certain necessary built-ins (like
__builtin_alloca), but we don't support other extensions like
Yeah, GNUC=4 is the reason:
# 32 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/stdlib.h" 2 3 4 # 1 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/bits/waitflags.h" 1 3 4 # 40 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/stdlib.h" 2 3 4 # 1 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/bits/waitstatus.h" 1 3 4 # 41 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/stdlib.h" 2 3 4 # 55 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/stdlib.h" 3 4 # 1 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/bits/floatn.h" 1 3 4 # 74 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/bits/floatn.h" 3 4 typedef _Complex float __cfloat128 ; # 86 "/nix/store/f3l058q0zvnzr7nvl0jj789pyvljqadw-glibc-2.27-dev/include/bits/floatn.h" 3 4 typedef __float128 _Float128;
I just worked around it with these: ``` + + /* XXX Workaround */ +-D,__float128=double
- fatal(_Complex is not yet supported);
- // fatal(_Complex is not yet supported);
- next(); break; ```
Okay, I think we should be defining both
__GNUC_MINOR__. I think the minor version of the
cppused is leaking through. If it is at least 3 (and
__GNUC__ >= 4), glibc's headers define
__HAVE_FLOAT128=1. I'm using 8.2.0, so I didn't run into the issue.
Looking at musl's headers, I think
__GNUC_MINOR__=3might be the sweet spot. Can you check if you run into any problems with that?