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Re: must use gcc builtin?

On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 05:16:12AM -0500, Matthew Mondor wrote:
 > > >So if you want varargs, you have to use the compiler builtins.
 > > 
 > > You could use -mregparm=0, but then you are in standalone mode and can't
 > > call anything outside your project.
 > Indeed.  If I remember, according to gcc(1), it uses 0 by default, but
 > then again this means relying on the default configuration of a
 > particular compiler...

Only on i386.

David A. Holland

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