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    • Hannes Rapp's avatar
      - various updates to sparc backend · 3403745d
      Hannes Rapp authored
      - extende beabi so you can specify different registers at the call site
        and the beginning of a called function
      - adapt all backends for API changes
      
      [r27390]
      3403745d
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    • Matthias Braun's avatar
      Rework linkage types in firm. · 2bc2dd4b
      Matthias Braun authored
      - Merge stickyness, visibility and variability into ir_linkage
      - Add proper support for common symbols, weak symbols and C++ COMDAT stuff
      - Mark OO-features type_visibility, peculiarity and allocation as deprecated
        OO feature will be separated from firm core into higher levels in the long run
      - Rework, simplify and fix bugs in begnuas.c
      
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      2bc2dd4b
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    • Matthias Braun's avatar
      Primitive, Pointer, Array and Method types are anonymous now · 9d564d61
      Matthias Braun authored
      - There's a new type_dbg_info* that allows you to attach debug names to types
      - get_type_name and get_type_ident are now more. The new ir_print_type
        and the usual ir_printf("%+F", type) help in most usage cases.
        But you should be aware that names are not guaranteed to be unique anymore
        (or positively said: You don't have no trouble anymore building unique names
         in code that creates types)
      - No need to specify mode for new pointer types anymore (you can still do it
        with set_type_mode)
      
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      9d564d61
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