Yet another PREFERRED_STACK_BOUNDARY/nested calls fix
Jeffrey A Law
Wed Mar 22 08:01:00 GMT 2000
In message < 20000322161541.B29524@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz >you write:
> This is my attempt to fix the problems with stack adjustments.
> I've killed the arg_size_so_far and use stack_delta instead. It is updated
> in lowlevel functions (emit_push_insn, adjust_stack and anti_adjust_stack)
> and used by calls.c to generate proper alignment.
> I expect there will be less problems with target macros such
> as ACCUMULATE_OUTGOING_ARGS compared to arg_size_so_far.
> The patch has some sanity checking and passes bootstrap/testsuite
> on i386. With missalignment in builtins.c fixed.
> I hope there will not be big problems on other machines as well.
> I would welcome bootstrap results on other CPUs. Thanks.
I don't see any note about where this was bootstrapped or regression tested.
Given the multitude of problems with this stuff, I want to see it bootstrapped
and regression tested on x86 and at least one other platform before it is
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