RFR(S): 8151593: Cleanup definition/usage of INLINE/NOINLINE macros and add xlC support
thomas.stuefe at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 19:22:22 UTC 2016
, declspec(noinline) may work for non-member functions too, albeit
undocumented. Would be at least worth to try.
So, if now a platform decides to specify NOINLINE, this will change
compilation for Stack<> even though the issue is only described as a gcc
Kind Regards, Thomas
On Thu, Mar 10, 2016 at 6:10 PM, Volker Simonis <volker.simonis at gmail.com>
> can I please have a review and a sponsor for the following clean-up change:
> First I only wanted to implement the INLINE macro for xlC in
> instanceKlass.inline.hpp. But then I realized that we also define
> NOINLINE in various other files so I decided to do it "the right way"
> and clean up the code a little bit.
> I've now moved the definition of the INLINE/NOINLINE macros to
> globalDefinitions_<compiler>.hpp. In the case where there is no
> compiler-specific definition, globalDefinitions.hpp defines empty
> defaults for the macros.
> I've also renamed INLINE to ALWAYSINLINE to match its intention more
> Currently NOINLINE is really only defined on Linux. This is the same
> behavior we had before the change. Following some more details:
> - removed the handling for gcc < 3 (even we at SAP don't use this anymore
> objectMonitor.cpp, synchronizer.cpp
> - completely removed the annotation with NOINLNE which is there since
> pre-OpenJDK times already. The comment mentions that this was required
> to prevent build-time failures with 'older' versions of GCC. But we
> already build without 'NOINLINE' on Linux/ppc64 since years and I've
> also tested that it still works on Linux/x86.
> I've Build and smoke-tested on Linux/amd64 and Linux/ppc64,
> Solaris/SPARC, MacOS X, AIX and Windows.
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