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; REQUIRES: x86_64-apple, x86-registered-target, arm-registered-target
; RUN: rm -rf %t && mkdir -p %t
; RUN: llc -filetype=obj -mtriple=x86_64-apple-macosx -o %t/foo.x86_64.o \
; RUN: %p/Inputs/foo-return-i32-0.ll
; RUN: llvm-ar r %t/foo.x86_64.a %t/foo.x86_64.o
; RUN: llc -filetype=obj -mtriple=arm-apple-ios -o %t/foo.arm.o \
; RUN: %p/Inputs/foo-return-i32-0.ll
; RUN: llvm-ar r %t/foo.arm.a %t/foo.arm.o
; RUN: llvm-lipo -create %t/foo.x86_64.a %t/foo.arm.a -output %t/foo.a
; RUN: lli -jit-kind=orc-lazy -extra-archive %t/foo.a %s
; Check that MachO universal binaries containing archives work.
; This test compiles two copies of a simple int foo() function that returns
; zero, one copy for x86_64 and one for arm. It then puts each of these in an
; archive and combines these two archives into a macho universal binary.
; Finally we execute a main function that references foo to ensure that the
; x86-64 copy is correctly found and linked.
declare i32 @foo()
define i32 @main(i32 %argc, ptr nocapture readnone %argv) {
%0 = call i32 @foo()
ret i32 %0