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; Linking these two translation units causes there to be two LLVM values in the
; symbol table with the same name and same type. When this occurs, the symbol
; table class is DROPPING one of the values, instead of renaming it like a nice
; little symbol table. This is causing llvm-link to die, at no fault of its
; own.
; RUN: llvm-as < %s > %t.out2.bc
; RUN: echo "%%T1 = type opaque @GVar = external global %%T1*" | llvm-as > %t.out1.bc
; RUN: llvm-link %t.out1.bc %t.out2.bc
%T1 = type opaque
%T2 = type i32
@GVar = global i32* null ; <i32**> [#uses=0]
define void @foo(i32* %X) {
%X.upgrd.1 = bitcast i32* %X to %T1* ; <%T1*> [#uses=0]
ret void