Request for reviews (XS): 6996240: The BitSet.length method sometimes returns an index+1 value less than that of the highest bit set.
tom.rodriguez at oracle.com
Tue Nov 2 11:48:35 PDT 2010
You can also just declare dst to be iRegIsafe which is an integer held in a register that's also safe for longs. That might give a better register allocation. Either way is fine though.
On Nov 2, 2010, at 10:56 AM, Christian Thalinger wrote:
> 6996240: The BitSet.length method sometimes returns an index+1 value less than that of the highest bit set.
> It's a problem with countLeadingZerosL. dst is a iRegI but is used as
> temporary for an iRegL OR value.
> The fix is to use a second temporary iRegL register for the OR value.
> Tested with the failing testcase attached to the CR.
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