Trent Piepho <tpiepho@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
It's the _le versions that have a problem, since we can't get gcc to just use
the register indexed mode. It seems like an obvious thing to have a
constraint for, but I guess there weren't enough instructions that only come
in 'x' versions to bother with it. There is a 'Z' constraint, "Memory operand
that is an indexed or indirect from a register", but I tried it and it can use
both "rb,ri" and "disp(rb)" forms. Actually, I'm not sure how 'Z' is any
different than "m"?
'Z' will never emit a non-zero constant displacement.