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Re: Consistent WARN_REFERENCES for assembler
On Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 06:31:55AM +0100, Joerg Sonnenberger wrote:
> unless there are objections, I am going to commit the attached patch
> soon. It replaces the use of stabs for WARN_REFERENCES in assembler code
> with the modernish .gnu.warning sections. Platforms that already used
> this now consistently use .pushsection / .popsection.
Should these be conditional on tools that understand .gnu.warning, or
are we assuming that if we use alternative tools, they should understand
.gnu.warning? Or does it not matter?
Allen Briggs - briggs%ninthwonder.com@localhost
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