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/* PR inline-asm/8832 */
/* { dg-do compile } */
/* { dg-options "-O2 -dP -fdisable-tree-ethread -fdisable-tree-thread1 -fdisable-tree-thread2 -fdisable-tree-thread3 -fdisable-tree-thread4" } */
/* Note: Threader will duplicate BBs and replace one conditional branch by an
unconditional one. */
/* Verify that GCC doesn't optimize
old style asm instructions. */
void foo(int v)
if (v)
asm ("dummy1");
asm ("dummy2");
if (v)
asm ("dummy3");
/* The purpose of the test below is to check that there are two branches
in the generated code, supposedly corresponding to the if-statements.
It tries to check for jump_insn (set (pc) pattern, so that jump_insns
corresponding to return are not taken into account. */
/* { dg-final { scan-assembler "jump_insn.*set \\(pc\\).*jump_insn.*set \\(pc\\)"} } */