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/* Compilation switch flag definitions for GCC.
   Copyright (C) 1987, 1988, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002
   Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GCC.

GCC is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later

GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY
WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307, USA.  */

#ifndef GCC_FLAGS_H
#define GCC_FLAGS_H

/* Name of the input .c file being compiled.  */
extern const char *main_input_filename;

enum debug_info_type
  NO_DEBUG,	    /* Write no debug info.  */
  DBX_DEBUG,	    /* Write BSD .stabs for DBX (using dbxout.c).  */
  SDB_DEBUG,	    /* Write COFF for (old) SDB (using sdbout.c).  */
  DWARF_DEBUG,	    /* Write Dwarf debug info (using dwarfout.c).  */
  DWARF2_DEBUG,	    /* Write Dwarf v2 debug info (using dwarf2out.c).  */
  XCOFF_DEBUG,	    /* Write IBM/Xcoff debug info (using dbxout.c).  */
  VMS_DEBUG,        /* Write VMS debug info (using vmsdbgout.c).  */
  VMS_AND_DWARF2_DEBUG /* Write VMS debug info (using vmsdbgout.c).
                          and DWARF v2 debug info (using dwarf2out.c).  */

/* Specify which kind of debugging info to generate.  */
extern enum debug_info_type write_symbols;

/* APPLE LOCAL begin Symbol Separation */
extern enum debug_info_type orig_write_symbols;

/* Nonzero means, try to look for separate symbol repositories.  */
extern int flag_grepository;
/* APPLE LOCAL end Symbol Separation */

/* Names of debug_info_type, for error messages.  */
extern const char *const debug_type_names[];

enum debug_info_level
  DINFO_LEVEL_NONE,	/* Write no debugging info.  */
  DINFO_LEVEL_TERSE,	/* Write minimal info to support tracebacks only.  */
  DINFO_LEVEL_NORMAL,	/* Write info for all declarations (and line table).  */
  DINFO_LEVEL_VERBOSE	/* Write normal info plus #define/#undef info.  */

/* Specify how much debugging info to generate.  */
extern enum debug_info_level debug_info_level;

/* Nonzero means use GNU-only extensions in the generated symbolic
   debugging information.  */
extern int use_gnu_debug_info_extensions;

/* Nonzero means do optimizations.  -opt.  */

extern int optimize;

/* Nonzero means optimize for size.  -Os.  */

extern int optimize_size;

/* Don't print functions as they are compiled and don't print
   times taken by the various passes.  -quiet.  */

extern int quiet_flag;

/* Print times taken by the various passes.  -ftime-report.  */

extern int time_report;

/* Print memory still in use at end of compilation (which may have little
   to do with peak memory consumption).  -fmem-report.  */

extern int mem_report;

/* Don't print warning messages.  -w.  */

extern int inhibit_warnings;

/* Don't suppress warnings from system headers.  -Wsystem-headers.  */

extern int warn_system_headers;

/* Do print extra warnings (such as for uninitialized variables).  -W.  */

extern int extra_warnings;

/* Nonzero to warn about unused variables, functions et.al.  Use
   set_Wunused() to update the -Wunused-* flags that correspond to the
   -Wunused option.  */

extern void set_Wunused PARAMS ((int setting));

extern int warn_unused_function;
extern int warn_unused_label;
extern int warn_unused_parameter;
extern int warn_unused_variable;
extern int warn_unused_value;

/* Nonzero to warn about code which is never reached.  */

extern int warn_notreached;

/* Nonzero means warn if inline function is too large.  */

extern int warn_inline;

/* Nonzero to warn about variables used before they are initialized.  */

extern int warn_uninitialized;

/* Zero if unknown pragmas are ignored
   One if the compiler should warn about an unknown pragma not in
   a system include file.
   Greater than one if the compiler should warn for all unknown
   pragmas.  */

extern int warn_unknown_pragmas;

/* Nonzero means warn about all declarations which shadow others.  */

extern int warn_shadow;

/* Warn if a switch on an enum, that does not have a default case,
   fails to have a case for every enum value.  */

extern int warn_switch;

/* Warn if a switch does not have a default case.  */

extern int warn_switch_default;

/* Warn if a switch on an enum fails to have a case for every enum
   value (regardless of the presence or otherwise of a default case).  */

extern int warn_switch_enum;

/* Nonzero means warn about function definitions that default the return type
   or that use a null return and have a return-type other than void.  */

extern int warn_return_type;

/* Warn about functions which might be candidates for attribute noreturn.  */

extern int warn_missing_noreturn;

/* Nonzero means warn about pointer casts that increase the required
   alignment of the target type (and might therefore lead to a crash
   due to a misaligned access).  */

extern int warn_cast_align;

/* Nonzero means warn about any objects definitions whose size is larger
   than N bytes.  Also want about function definitions whose returned
   values are larger than N bytes. The value N is in `larger_than_size'.  */

extern int warn_larger_than;
extern HOST_WIDE_INT larger_than_size;

/* Warn if a function returns an aggregate,
   since there are often incompatible calling conventions for doing this.  */

extern int warn_aggregate_return;

/* Warn if packed attribute on struct is unnecessary and inefficient.  */

extern int warn_packed;

/* Warn when gcc pads a structure to an alignment boundary.  */

extern int warn_padded;

/* Warn when an optimization pass is disabled.  */

extern int warn_disabled_optimization;

/* Nonzero means warn about uses of __attribute__((deprecated)) 
   declarations.  */

extern int warn_deprecated_decl;

/* Nonzero means warn about constructs which might not be strict
   aliasing safe.  */

extern int warn_strict_aliasing;

/* Nonzero if generating code to do profiling.  */

extern int profile_flag;

/* Nonzero if generating code to profile program flow graph arcs.  */

extern int profile_arc_flag;

/* APPLE LOCAL begin new feedback */
/* Nonzero if new feedback info is to be generated. */

extern int flag_create_feedback;

/* Nonzero if new feedback info is to be read back and used. */

extern int flag_use_feedback;
/* APPLE LOCAL end new feedback */

/* Nonzero if generating info for gcov to calculate line test coverage.  */

extern int flag_test_coverage;

/* Nonzero indicates that branch taken probabilities should be calculated.  */

extern int flag_branch_probabilities;

/* Nonzero if basic blocks should be reordered.  */

extern int flag_reorder_blocks;

/* APPLE LOCAL begin - single-set constant propagation */

/* Nonzero indicates that combine optimization should use cross-block
   constant propagation for registers that are only set a single time. */

extern int flag_ss_const_prop;

/* APPLE LOCAL end - single-set constant propagation */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin - rarely executed bb optimization */

/* Nonzero if basic blocks should be separated into hot and cold sections in .o */

extern int flag_reorder_blocks_and_partition;

/* APPLE LOCAL end - rarely executed bb optimization */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin inline floor */

/* Nonzero if calls to floor are to be inlined. */

extern int flag_inline_floor;

/* APPLE LOCAL end inline floor */

/* Nonzero if functions should be reordered.  */

extern int flag_reorder_functions;

/* Nonzero if registers should be renamed.  */

extern int flag_rename_registers;

/* Nonzero for -pedantic switch: warn about anything
   that standard C forbids.  */

extern int pedantic;

/* Temporarily suppress certain warnings.
   This is set while reading code from a system header file.  */

extern int in_system_header;

/* Nonzero for -dp: annotate the assembly with a comment describing the
   pattern and alternative used.  */

extern int flag_print_asm_name;
/* Now the symbols that are set with `-f' switches.  */

/* Nonzero means `char' should be signed.  */

extern int flag_signed_char;

/* APPLE LOCAL coalescing  */
extern int flag_export_coalesced;

/* APPLE LOCAL begin Pascal strings 2001-07-05 zll */
/* Nonzero means initial "\p" in string becomes a length byte and
   string type becomes _unsigned_ char* .  */

extern int flag_pascal_strings;
/* APPLE LOCAL end Pascal strings 2001-07-05 zll */

/* Nonzero means give an enum type only as many bytes as it needs.  */

extern int flag_short_enums;

/* APPLE LOCAL AltiVec */
/* Nonzero means enable the AltiVec Programming Model.  */

extern int flag_altivec;
/* APPLE LOCAL end AltiVec */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin constant cfstrings */
/* Nonzero means that: (1) the __CONSTANT_CFSTRINGS__ manifest constant
   is defined, possibly allowing for conditional use of the
   __builtin__CFStringMakeConstantString function (the latter is always
   available, regardless of the setting of this flag), and (2) use
   the CFString layout to create @"..." strings in ObjC/ObjC++.  */
extern int flag_constant_cfstrings;
/* Nonzero means that we should warn whenever non-ASCII characters appear
   inside of @"..." literals (as they may be non-portable).  */
extern int warn_nonportable_cfstrings;
/* APPLE LOCAL end constant cfstrings */
/* Nonzero for -fcaller-saves: allocate values in regs that need to
   be saved across function calls, if that produces overall better code.
   Optional now, so people can test it.  */

extern int flag_caller_saves;

/* Nonzero for -fpcc-struct-return: return values the same way PCC does.  */

extern int flag_pcc_struct_return;

/* Nonzero for -fforce-mem: load memory value into a register
   before arithmetic on it.  This makes better cse but slower compilation.  */

extern int flag_force_mem;

/* Nonzero for -fforce-addr: load memory address into a register before
   reference to memory.  This makes better cse but slower compilation.  */

extern int flag_force_addr;

/* Nonzero for -fdefer-pop: don't pop args after each function call;
   instead save them up to pop many calls' args with one insns.  */

extern int flag_defer_pop;

/* Nonzero for -ffloat-store: don't allocate floats and doubles
   in extended-precision registers.  */

extern int flag_float_store;

/* Nonzero enables strength-reduction in loop.c.  */

extern int flag_strength_reduce;

/* Nonzero enables loop unrolling in unroll.c.  Only loops for which the
   number of iterations can be calculated at compile-time (UNROLL_COMPLETELY,
   UNROLL_MODULO) or at run-time (preconditioned to be UNROLL_MODULO) are
   unrolled.  */

extern int flag_unroll_loops;

/* Nonzero enables loop unrolling in unroll.c.  All loops are unrolled.
   This is generally not a win.  */

extern int flag_unroll_all_loops;

/* Nonzero forces all invariant computations in loops to be moved
   outside the loop.  */

extern int flag_move_all_movables;

/* Nonzero enables prefetch optimizations for arrays in loops.  */

extern int flag_prefetch_loop_arrays;

/* Nonzero forces all general induction variables in loops to be
   strength reduced.  */

extern int flag_reduce_all_givs;

/* Nonzero for -fcse-follow-jumps:
   have cse follow jumps to do a more extensive job.  */

extern int flag_cse_follow_jumps;

/* Nonzero for -fcse-skip-blocks:
   have cse follow a branch around a block.  */

extern int flag_cse_skip_blocks;

/* Nonzero for -fexpensive-optimizations:
   perform miscellaneous relatively-expensive optimizations.  */
extern int flag_expensive_optimizations;

/* Nonzero for -fwritable-strings:
   store string constants in data segment and don't uniquize them.  */

extern int flag_writable_strings;

/* Nonzero means don't put addresses of constant functions in registers.
   Used for compiling the Unix kernel, where strange substitutions are
   done on the assembly output.  */

extern int flag_no_function_cse;

/* Nonzero for -fomit-frame-pointer:
   don't make a frame pointer in simple functions that don't require one.  */

extern int flag_omit_frame_pointer;

/* Nonzero to inhibit use of define_optimization peephole opts.  */

extern int flag_no_peephole;

/* Nonzero means all references through pointers are volatile.  */

extern int flag_volatile;

/* Nonzero means treat all global and extern variables as volatile.  */

extern int flag_volatile_global;

/* Nonzero means treat all static variables as volatile.  */

extern int flag_volatile_static;

/* Nonzero allows GCC to optimize sibling and tail recursive calls.  */

extern int flag_optimize_sibling_calls;

/* Nonzero means the front end generally wants `errno' maintained by math
   operations, like built-in SQRT.  */

extern int flag_errno_math;

/* Nonzero means that unsafe floating-point math optimizations are allowed
   for the sake of speed.  IEEE compliance is not guaranteed, and operations
   are allowed to assume that their arguments and results are "normal"
   (e.g., nonnegative for SQRT).  */

extern int flag_unsafe_math_optimizations;

/* Nonzero means that no NaNs or +-Infs are expected.  */

extern int flag_finite_math_only;

/* Zero means that floating-point math operations cannot generate a
   (user-visible) trap.  This is the case, for example, in nonstop
   IEEE 754 arithmetic.  */

extern int flag_trapping_math;

/* 0 means straightforward implementation of complex divide acceptable.
   1 means wide ranges of inputs must work for complex divide.
   2 means C99-like requirements for complex divide (not yet implemented).  */

extern int flag_complex_divide_method;

/* Nonzero means to run loop optimizations twice.  */

extern int flag_rerun_loop_opt;

/* Nonzero means make functions that look like good inline candidates
   go inline.  */

extern int flag_inline_functions;

/* APPLE LOCAL begin -fobey-inline */
/* Nonzero for -fobey-inline: 'inline' keyword must be obeyed, regardless
   of codesize.  */

extern int flag_obey_inline;
/* APPLE LOCAL end -fobey-inline */

/* Nonzero for -fkeep-inline-functions: even if we make a function
   go inline everywhere, keep its definition around for debugging
   purposes.  */

extern int flag_keep_inline_functions;

/* Nonzero means that functions declared `inline' will be treated
   as `static'.  Prevents generation of zillions of copies of unused
   static inline functions; instead, `inlines' are written out
   only when actually used.  Used in conjunction with -g.  Also
   does the right thing with #pragma interface.  */

extern int flag_no_inline;

/* Nonzero means that we don't want inlining by virtue of -fno-inline,
   not just because the tree inliner turned us off.  */

extern int flag_really_no_inline;

/* APPLE LOCAL indexing dpatel */
extern int flag_gen_index;
extern int flag_gen_index_header;

/* Nonzero if we are only using compiler to check syntax errors.  */

extern int flag_syntax_only;

/* Nonzero means we should save auxiliary info into a .X file.  */

extern int flag_gen_aux_info;

/* Nonzero means make the text shared if supported.  */

extern int flag_shared_data;

/* flag_schedule_insns means schedule insns within basic blocks (before
   flag_schedule_insns_after_reload means schedule insns after
   global_alloc.  */

extern int flag_schedule_insns;
extern int flag_schedule_insns_after_reload;

/* The following flags have effect only for scheduling before register

   flag_schedule_interblock means schedule insns across basic blocks.
   flag_schedule_speculative means allow speculative motion of non-load insns.
   flag_schedule_speculative_load means allow speculative motion of some
   load insns.
   flag_schedule_speculative_load_dangerous allows speculative motion of more
   load insns.  */

extern int flag_schedule_interblock;
extern int flag_schedule_speculative;
extern int flag_schedule_speculative_load;
extern int flag_schedule_speculative_load_dangerous;

/* flag_branch_on_count_reg means try to replace add-1,compare,branch tupple
   by a cheaper branch, on a count register.  */
extern int flag_branch_on_count_reg;

/* This option is set to 1 on -fsingle-precision-constant option which is
   used to convert the floating point constants to single precision 
   constants.  */

extern int flag_single_precision_constant;

/* Nonzero means put things in delayed-branch slots if supported.  */

extern int flag_delayed_branch;

/* Nonzero means suppress output of instruction numbers and line number
   notes in debugging dumps.  */

extern int flag_dump_unnumbered;

/* Nonzero means change certain warnings into errors.
   Usually these are warnings about failure to conform to some standard.  */

extern int flag_pedantic_errors;

/* Nonzero means generate position-independent code.  1 vs 2 for a 
   target-dependent "small" or "large" mode.  */

extern int flag_pic;

/* Nonzero means generate extra code for exception handling and enable
   exception handling.  */

extern int flag_exceptions;

/* Nonzero means generate frame unwind info table when supported */

extern int flag_unwind_tables;

/* Nonzero means generate frame unwind info table exact at each insn boundary */

extern int flag_asynchronous_unwind_tables;

/* Nonzero means don't place uninitialized global data in common storage
   by default.  */

extern int flag_no_common;

/* -finhibit-size-directive inhibits output of .size for ELF.
   This is used only for compiling crtstuff.c,
   and it may be extended to other effects
   needed for crtstuff.c on other systems.  */
extern int flag_inhibit_size_directive;

/* Nonzero means place each function into its own section on those platforms
   which support arbitrary section names and unlimited numbers of sections.  */

extern int flag_function_sections;

/* ... and similar for data.  */
extern int flag_data_sections;

/* -fverbose-asm causes extra commentary information to be produced in
   the generated assembly code (to make it more readable).  This option
   is generally only of use to those who actually need to read the
   generated assembly code (perhaps while debugging the compiler itself).
   -fno-verbose-asm, the default, causes the extra information
   to not be added and is useful when comparing two assembler files.  */

extern int flag_verbose_asm;

/* -dA causes debug information to be produced in
   the generated assembly code (to make it more readable).  This option
   is generally only of use to those who actually need to read the
   generated assembly code (perhaps while debugging the compiler itself).
   Currently, this switch is only used by dwarfout.c; however, it is intended
   to be a catchall for printing debug information in the assembler file.  */

extern int flag_debug_asm;

extern int flag_dump_rtl_in_asm;

/* -fgnu-linker specifies use of the GNU linker for initializations.
   -fno-gnu-linker says that collect will be used.  */
extern int flag_gnu_linker;

/* Tag all structures with __attribute__(packed) */
extern int flag_pack_struct;

/* This flag is only tested if alias checking is enabled.
   0 if pointer arguments may alias each other.  True in C.
   1 if pointer arguments may not alias each other but may alias
   global variables.
   2 if pointer arguments may not alias each other and may not
   alias global variables.  True in Fortran.
   The value is ignored if flag_alias_check is 0.  */
extern int flag_argument_noalias;

/* Nonzero if we should do (language-dependent) alias analysis.
   Typically, this analysis will assume that expressions of certain
   types do not alias expressions of certain other types.  Only used
   if alias analysis (in general) is enabled.  */
extern int flag_strict_aliasing;

extern int insert_sched_nops;
extern int flag_sched_ldb_global;
extern int use_sched_prioritize_hook;
extern int sched_costly_dep;
extern int flag_mpowerpc64fix;
extern int flag_relax_aliasing;
extern int flag_load_after_store;
extern int flag_gcse_mem_alias;
extern int flag_gcse_loop_depth;

/* Haifa's latest fcse-after-ra flags */
extern int flag_gcse_after_ra;
extern int flag_gcse_after_ra_case1;
extern int flag_gcse_after_ra_case2;
extern int flag_gcse_after_ra_parial;
extern int flag_gcse_after_ra_hot_fraction;
extern int sched_costly_dep;
extern int flag_gcse_after_ra_partial_fraction;

/* Emit code to probe the stack, to help detect stack overflow; also
   may cause large objects to be allocated dynamically.  */
extern int flag_stack_check;

/* Do the full regmove optimization pass.  */
extern int flag_regmove;

/* Instrument functions with calls at entry and exit, for profiling.  */
extern int flag_instrument_function_entry_exit;

/* Perform a peephole pass before sched2.  */
extern int flag_peephole2;

/* Try to guess branch probablities.  */
extern int flag_guess_branch_prob;

/* -fcheck-bounds causes gcc to generate array bounds checks.
   For C, C++ and ObjC: defaults off.
   For Java: defaults to on.
   For Fortran: defaults to off.  */
extern int flag_bounds_check;

/* This will attempt to merge constant section constants, if 1 only
   string constants and constants from constant pool, if 2 also constant
   variables.  */
extern int flag_merge_constants;

/* If one, renumber instruction UIDs to reduce the number of
   unused UIDs if there are a lot of instructions.  If greater than
   one, unconditionally renumber instruction UIDs.  */
extern int flag_renumber_insns;
/* Other basic status info about current function.  */

/* Nonzero means current function must be given a frame pointer.
   Set in stmt.c if anything is allocated on the stack there.
   Set in reload1.c if anything is allocated on the stack there.  */

extern int frame_pointer_needed;

/* Nonzero if the generated code should trap on signed overflow
   for PLUS / SUB / MULT.  */
extern int flag_trapv;

/* Value of the -G xx switch, and whether it was passed or not.  */
extern int g_switch_value;
extern int g_switch_set;

/* Values of the -falign-* flags: how much to align labels in code. 
   0 means `use default', 1 means `don't align'.  
   For each variable, there is an _log variant which is the power
   of two not less than the variable, for .align output.  */

extern int align_loops;
extern int align_loops_log;
extern int align_loops_max_skip;
extern int align_jumps;
extern int align_jumps_log;
extern int align_jumps_max_skip;
extern int align_labels;
extern int align_labels_log;
extern int align_labels_max_skip;
extern int align_functions;
extern int align_functions_log;

/*Haifa, Align calls to reduce miss-alignment of returns*/
extern int align_calls;
extern int align_calls_log;
extern int align_calls_max_skip;
/* Like align_functions_log above, but used by front-ends to force the
   minimum function alignment.  Zero means no alignment is forced.  */
extern int force_align_functions_log;

/* Nonzero if we dump in VCG format, not plain text.  */
extern int dump_for_graph;

/* Selection of the graph form.  */
enum graph_dump_types
  no_graph = 0,
extern enum graph_dump_types graph_dump_format;

/* Nonzero means ignore `#ident' directives.  0 means handle them.
   On SVR4 targets, it also controls whether or not to emit a
   string identifying the compiler.  */

extern int flag_no_ident;

/* Nonzero if we want to perform enhanced load motion during gcse.  */

extern int flag_gcse_lm;

/* Nonzero if we want to perform store motion after gcse.  */

extern int flag_gcse_sm;

/* Nonzero means we should do dwarf2 duplicate elimination.  */

extern int flag_eliminate_dwarf2_dups;

/* Nonzero means to collect statistics which might be expensive
   and to print them when we are done.  */
extern int flag_detailed_statistics;

/* Nonzero means enable synchronous exceptions for non-call instructions.  */
extern int flag_non_call_exceptions;

/* Nonzero means put zero initialized data in the bss section.  */
extern int flag_zero_initialized_in_bss;

/* Nonzero means disable transformations observable by signaling NaNs.  */
extern int flag_signaling_nans;

extern int flag_unit_at_a_time;

/* APPLE LOCAL begin callgraph inlining */
/* Nonzero if inlining choices are derived from the callgraph.  */
extern int flag_callgraph_inlining;

/* Nonzero to throttle inlining with percentage growth.  */
extern int flag_callgraph_inlining_limit;

/* Nonzero to throttle callgraph inlining with call counts..  */
extern HOST_WIDEST_INT flag_callgraph_inlining_count;

/* haifa begin */
/* inline only if call is executed at least ratio% of hotest call */
extern HOST_WIDEST_INT flag_callgraph_inlining_ratio;

/* inline only if call is executed at least ratio% of total callee */
extern HOST_WIDEST_INT flag_callgraph_inlining_callee_ratio;

/* inline only if call is executed at least ratio% of total caller */
extern HOST_WIDEST_INT flag_callgraph_inlining_caller_ratio;

/* inline always if callee has at most flag_imline_small stmts */
extern HOST_WIDEST_INT flag_callgraph_inline_small;
/* haifa end */

extern int disable_typechecking_for_spec_flag;
/* APPLE LOCAL end callgraph inlining */

/* True if the given mode has a NaN representation and the treatment of
   NaN operands is important.  Certain optimizations, such as folding
   x * 0 into x, are not correct for NaN operands, and are normally
   disabled for modes with NaNs.  The user can ask for them to be
   done anyway using the -funsafe-math-optimizations switch.  */
#define HONOR_NANS(MODE) \
  (MODE_HAS_NANS (MODE) && !flag_finite_math_only)

/* Like HONOR_NANs, but true if we honor signaling NaNs (or sNaNs).  */
#define HONOR_SNANS(MODE) (flag_signaling_nans && HONOR_NANS (MODE))

/* As for HONOR_NANS, but true if the mode can represent infinity and
   the treatment of infinite values is important.  */
  (MODE_HAS_INFINITIES (MODE) && !flag_finite_math_only)

/* Like HONOR_NANS, but true if the given mode distinguishes between
   postive and negative zero, and the sign of zero is important.  */
  (MODE_HAS_SIGNED_ZEROS (MODE) && !flag_unsafe_math_optimizations)

/* Like HONOR_NANS, but true if given mode supports sign-dependent rounding,
   and the rounding mode is important.  */
  (MODE_HAS_SIGN_DEPENDENT_ROUNDING (MODE) && !flag_unsafe_math_optimizations)

/* APPLE LOCAL BEGIN fix-and-continue mrs  */
/* If nonzero, generate code suitable for fast turn around debugging.
   This flag must be applied to any translation unit that we would
   like to overlay with a new replacement.  */
extern int flag_fix_and_continue;

/* If nonzero, generate code suitable for fast turn around debugging.
   This flag must be applied to any translation unit that we would
   like to use as a replacement.  */
extern int flag_indirect_data;
/* APPLE LOCAL END fix-and-continue mrs  */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin read-from-stdin */
extern int predictive_compilation;
/* APPLE LOCAL end read-from-stdin */

/* APPLE LOCAL gdb only used symbols */
/* Nonzero if generating debugger info for used symbols only.  */
extern int flag_debug_only_used_symbols;

/* APPLE LOCAL BEGIN pch distcc mrs */
/* True if PCH should omit from the -E output all lines from PCH files
   found in PCH files.  */
extern int flag_pch_preprocess;
/* APPLE LOCAL END pch distcc mrs */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin loop transpose */
/* Nonzero if we should perform automatic loop transposition. */
extern int flag_loop_transpose;
/* APPLE LOCAL end loop transpose */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin memset loop */
extern int flag_loop_to_memset;
/* APPLE LOCAL end memset loop */

/* APPLE LOCAL begin -fast or -fastf*/
/* Nonzero if we should perform SPEC oriented optimizations.  */
extern int flag_fast;
extern int flag_fastf;
/* APPLE LOCAL end -fast or -fastf*/

/* APPLE LOCAL begin enable branch predictions */
/* Zero to disable predicting branches */
extern int flag_branch_predictions;

/* The following flag takes an integer value;  the integer indicates what
   percent the branch needs to be taken before it is predicted "taken". It
   must be at least 50.*/

extern int branch_predictions_threshold;

/* APPLE LOCAL end enable branch predictions */

#endif /* ! GCC_FLAGS_H */