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// RUN: %clang_cc1 -emit-llvm -o - %s
// <rdar://problem/6108358>
/* For posterity, the issue here begins initial "char []" decl for
* s. This is a tentative definition and so a global was being
* emitted, however the mapping in GlobalDeclMap referred to a bitcast
* of this global.
* The problem was that later when the correct definition for s is
* emitted we were doing a RAUW on the old global which was destroying
* the bitcast in the GlobalDeclMap (since it cannot be replaced
* properly), leaving a dangling pointer.
* The purpose of bar is just to trigger a use of the old decl
* sometime after the dangling pointer has been introduced.
char s[];
static void bar(void *db) {
char s[5] = "hi";
int foo() {