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/* Test a little inefficiency that was fixed in libobjc when dealing
with selectors (PR libobjc/45953). */
/* { dg-do run } */
/* { dg-skip-if "" { *-*-* } { "-fnext-runtime" } { "" } } */
/* To get the modern GNU Objective-C Runtime API, you include
objc/runtime.h. */
#include <objc/runtime.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
/* Test that registering a new selector, with the same name but a
different type than the previous one, does not change the original
name string. It is actually fine to change it (there is no
guarantee that it won't change), except for runtime performance /
memory consumption, since changing it means that the runtime is
doing an unneeded objc_malloc()/strcpy(), which is inefficient. */
int main (void)
SEL selector_1;
SEL selector_2;
const char *name_1;
const char *name_2;
/* These method type strings may well be invalid. Please don't use
them as examples. They are irrelevant for this test; any string
will do. */
selector_1 = sel_registerTypedName ("method", "v@:");
name_1 = sel_getName (selector_1);
selector_2 = sel_registerTypedName ("method", "i@:");
name_2 = sel_getName (selector_1);
if (name_1 != name_2)
abort ();
return 0;