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Andrew Doran wrote:
ok! terminology. As I know stdcall is the same as the cdecl (I hope this
is not a MS thing:) with the difference in that the callee is
responsible for popping the arguments from the stack (leave asm
command)? Don't it?
My question (in other words) why gcc on linux-amd64(currently, i have
not possibility to test it with netbsd-amd64) make function call with
arguments passed into registers? It ignores -mregparm=0 with warning
above... On i386 this modifier is working right...
On Sun, Jun 29, 2008 at 07:23:54PM +0600, Alexander Vysokovskih wrote
stdcall is a Microsoft thing... Why do you want to use it on Unix?
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