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From: cgf AT cygnus DOT com (Christopher Faylor)
Subject: Re: Technical compiler question.
24 Nov 1998 05:06:04 -0800 :
Message-ID: <19981124080204.B19779.cygnus.cygwin32.developers@cygnus.com>
References: <365A6504 DOT 101E42F3 AT epfl DOT ch>
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To: Jan Madsen <Jan DOT Madsen AT epfl DOT ch>, cygwin32-developers AT cygnus DOT com

This is off-topic for cygwin32-developers.  Please confine your requests
to gnu-win32 and/or the EGCS mailing list.

Thank you.

On Tue, Nov 24, 1998 at 08:49:24AM +0100, Jan Madsen wrote:
>I am currently working with an Intel Pentium II/Windows 95 computer and
>as part of my work I am porting the sC++ language extension (see
>http://ltiwww.epfl.ch/sCxx) to Windows95.
>
>I have, however, run into a bizarre problem with our language kernel and
>need to know the layout of the registers that are used by the GNU C++
>(EGCS 1.1 (i586) and GNU 2.8.1 (i386-cygwin32)) to determine the cause
>of the problem (or eliminate a possible cause!). In particular the
>layout of any "pseudo"-registers which are not placed in a hardware
>register. Where are such "pseudo"-registers stored? In the local
>function frame or at an fixed address? In the latter case how do I find
>the(se) address(es)?

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