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Re: push_rounding vs memcpy vs stack_pointer_delta


DJ Delorie <dj@redhat.com> writes:

> The m32c-elf with -mcpu=m32c has a word-aligned stack and uses pushes
> for arguments (i.e. not accumulate_outgoing_args).  In this test case,
> one of the arguments is memcpy'd into place, and an assert fails:

m68k has a similar configuration, and I've never seen this assertion
fail.  But it doesn't pass arguments in registers.

Andreas.

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