Summary of current change suggestions
fjh at cs.mu.oz.au
Fri Feb 23 12:23:18 EST 2001
On 23-Feb-2001, Simon Marlow <simonmar at microsoft.com> wrote:
> I agree. Would it be fixed by just #including Stg.h after any
> -#includes, or would that create more problems?
ghc uses gcc global register variables on x86, doesn't it?
If so, they need to be declared first thing, before any function
definitions; and system headers often define inline functions.
So if Stg.h declares global register variables, they need to
come first. You may need to split Stg.h into the part which
declares the global register variables, and the remainder,
and put just the first part before the user's #includes.
Another (probably better) alternative is to pass the `-ffixed-<reg>'
option to gcc to reserve the registers.
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