[Bug target/21152] Stack pointer error after call to function returning a struct

keller at fs-net dot de gcc-bugzilla@gcc.gnu.org
Fri Apr 22 12:16:00 GMT 2005


------- Additional Comments From keller at fs-net dot de  2005-04-22 12:16 -------
Sorry, I made a mistake. I misinterpreted how the 68000 assembler instruction
UNLK works. The stack correction is in fact not required, so the generated code
can be considered correct.

I had an error in my code that I thought was caused by the above inconsistency
(sometimes the stack is corrected before unlinking %fp, sometimes not). But I
could track down the error in my code to some other cause.

So herewith I'd like to withdraw my bug report.

Sorry again for bothering you.


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