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From: ghogenso AT u DOT washington DOT edu (Gordon Hogenson)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: GCC/DJGPP Weirdness (structure padding stuff)
Date: 28 Jul 1995 05:15:05 GMT
Organization: University of Washington
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>>2) Tell GCC not to pad the data.
>>   To do this you need to use the "attribute" option for the declaration.

>This is correct, except PACKED should be lowercase...

>char x __attribute__ ((packed));

BTW, there is a new option in gcc 2.7.0: -fpack-struct (or
something similar) which causes all structs to be packed,
with no messing about with attributes!

Gordon.
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