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cmd/compile: illegal ARM64 assembly generated #24333

benshi001 opened this issue Mar 10, 2018 · 2 comments


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commented Mar 10, 2018

The following code

func iri(a *[30]byte) {
    	*a = [30]byte{}

is compiled to

    00000 (3)       TEXT    "".iri(SB)
    00001 (3)       FUNCDATA        $0, gclocals·a36216b97439c93dafebe03e7f0808b5(SB)
    00002 (3)       FUNCDATA        $1, gclocals·33cdeccccebe80329f1fdbee7f5874cb(SB)
v10 00003 (3)       MOVD    " " .a(RSP), R0
v3  00004 (4)       STP     (ZR, ZR), (R0)
v7  00005 (4)       STP     (ZR, ZR), 14(R0)
b1  00006 (5)       RET
    00007 (?)       END

But the STP instruction only accepts an 8-aligned offset in range -512 <-> 504.


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commented Mar 10, 2018

Which Go versions are affected? Just tip? Tip and 1.10?

When you report bad codegen issues please always include details about the Go versions that you believe are affected. If it's just tip is one thing, if a released version (e.g. 1.10) is affected then the issue may require a minor release to fix it.

@ALTree ALTree changed the title illegal ARM64 assembly generated cmd/compile: illegal ARM64 assembly generated Mar 10, 2018


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commented Mar 10, 2018

Sorry, it is my mistake, the "STP (ZR, ZR), 14(R0)" is expanded to

a.go:5                0x86818                 9100381b                ADD $14, R0, R27
a.go:5                0x8681c                 a9007f7f                STP (ZR, ZR), (R27)

Which are legal.

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