libgo patch committed: Tweak can-recover heuristic for SPARC

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Ian Taylor Feb. 11, 2012, 12:15 a.m.
The gccgo implementation of panic/recover uses the return address of a
function which called recover in order to see if that function was
invoke directly by defer.  It does this by passing the address of a
label which immediately follows the function call.  This requires a
small heuristic, because there may be some machine instructions between
the function call and the label, even though they are adjacent in
GIMPLE.  On SPARC I needed to tweak that heuristic further, because on
SPARC __builtin_return_address returns the address of the function call
instruction, which is at least 8 bytes before the label.  This patch
implements that tweak.  Bootstrapped and ran Go testsuite on
x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu and sparc-sun-solaris2.11 (Solaris has other
unrelated failures).  Committed to mainline.



Index: libgo/runtime/go-recover.c
--- libgo/runtime/go-recover.c	(revision 183650)
+++ libgo/runtime/go-recover.c	(working copy)
@@ -43,6 +43,14 @@  __go_can_recover (const void* retaddr)
      such as an instruction to adjust the stack pointer.  */
   ret = (const char *) retaddr;
+#ifdef __sparc__
+  /* On SPARC the address we get, from __builtin_return_address, is
+     the address of the call instruction.  Adjust forward, also
+     skipping the delayed instruction following the call.  */
+  ret += 8;
   dret = (const char *) d->__retaddr;
   return ret <= dret && ret + 16 >= dret;