|Juno CDT SSE4.1 intrinsics support [message #932754]
||Thu, 04 October 2012 07:52
| Brian Jensen
Registered: October 2012
I am having problems getting the CDT code analyzer to recognize SSE 4.1 intrinsics used in several project files. I am running on Ubuntu 12.04 with gcc 4.6 and the Juno CDT release. My code is able to compile and run just fine. All of the SSE2 intrinsics in my code are properly recognized.|
Each use of an SSE4.1 intrinsic results in the CDT analyzer complaining about the corresponding compiler built-in missing, for example
_mm_insert_epi64(rowSum_vec, rowSum, 0);
results in the following error:
Function '__builtin_ia32_vec_set_v2di' could not be resolved
I have added the option -msee4.1 to the Discovery settings tab under Workspace Preferences C/C++ -> Build -> Settings, and have verified that the appropriate SSE preprocessor definitions are set in the CDT Build Console. Under C/C++ General -> Preprocessor Include Paths, Macros -> Providers of the project settings I have enabled the CDT GCC Builtin Compiler Settings option. In generall the SSE4.1 definitions seem to parse correctly, in my opinion it looks like CDT is missing knowledge about the underlying compiler built-ins.
So my question is, does the CDT analyzer support SSE4.1 intrinsics? If yes, what do I have to do to properly enable their support by the code analyzer?
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