Why 2.95.4 ? (and libscl)
nick at dsvr.net
Thu Feb 7 05:22:33 PST 2002
Ian Jeffray <ian at paradise-uk.net> writes:
> Nick Burrett wrote:
> [porting 2.96]
> > This would probably mean that we change the local variable references
> > to be relative to `fp' rather than `sp'. Though my suspicion is that
> > if we do this, then we lose support for non-contiguous stack chunks.
> That's pretty interesting. I'd been discussing (or maybe just listening to
> discussion ;) about support for reentrant code output from gcc which, iirc,
> had a similar issue in that the workspace pointer would need to move.
> It would be nice to get some of these varying issues noted down somewhere
> as we may be able to crack several nuts with one stone. Maybe. ;-)
Easier said than done. I think when one starts to go down this path
we soon start to realise how frustrating it can be to get this stuff
working on RISC OS.
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