On 13/12/11 08:43, Tom Lane wrote:
> Craig Ringer <ringerc(at)ringerc(dot)id(dot)au> writes:
>> because AFAIK there's no ARM asm code or ARM gcc intrinsics hidden away
>> in Pg, and that'd be the only other way to get those kinds of errors.
> No, you're mistaken about that: we do have inline assembly code in
> s_lock.h, and this message does look to be complaining about that code,
> because "swpb %0, %0, [%2]" is exactly what the TAS() macro generates
> for ARM.
Ah - my mistake, and thanks for the correction. I really should've seen
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