Protect rs6000_passes_ieee128 declaration

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David Edelsohn June 8, 2018, 3:41 p.m.
The new variable rs6000_passes_ieee128 is not referenced on non-ELF
paths. This patch protects the definition to avoid unused variable
warnings.

Thanks, David

* config/rs6000/rs6000.c (rs6000_passes_ieee128): Protect with #if TARGET_ELF.

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Index: rs6000.c
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--- rs6000.c    (revision 261335)
+++ rs6000.c    (working copy)
@@ -197,12 +197,14 @@ 
    of this machine mode.  */
 scalar_int_mode rs6000_pmode;

+#if TARGET_ELF
 /* Note whether IEEE 128-bit floating point was passed or returned, either as
    the __float128/_Float128 explicit type, or when long double is IEEE 128-bit
    floating point.  We changed the default C++ mangling for these types and we
    may want to generate a weak alias of the old mangling (U10__float128) to the
    new mangling (u9__ieee128).  */
 static bool rs6000_passes_ieee128;
+#endif

 /* Generate the manged name (i.e. U10__float128) used in GCC 8.1, and not the
    name used in current releases (i.e. u9__ieee128).  */