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RE: __attribute__ ((interrupt)) for m68k
- To: "'gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org'" <gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org>
- Subject: RE: __attribute__ ((interrupt)) for m68k
- From: Paul Andrews <paul dot andrews at smartmove dot co dot nz>
- Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 17:14:44 +1300
Oops! sorry didn't see that this had just been discussed on crossgcc :-) I
think I can hack something up myself. But my second question still bothers
Also, anyone know why __attribute__ ((section ("name") )) on a variable is
ignored if it is uninitialised? What is the rational behind this? In our
project we have a non-volatile RAM section which we treat as BSS at present,
so it would be annoying to have to explicitly initialise things to get them
in there (an array of structs would be ugly).
Smartmove (NZ) Ltd
Auckland, New Zealand