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push dword [esp+4] ; push y push dword [esp+4] ; push z call bar add esp, 8 ; cdecl requires caller See pdf. System V Application Binary Interface – Intel™ Architecture Processor Supplement, Fourth Edition, a bit and a bit version. The bit version of standard can be found at and the 64bit version.

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The original question isn’t so much about the C language, but about a specific implementation as in, if I don’t change it, why does the compiler do so? You are not directly subscribed agi386 this bug’s notifications.

Counterproductive for you abi86 unfair to others. Then the address of the variable is passed. The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. The argument is copied probably to the begining of the stack but maybe not depending on your compiler the celled program can mess with this abi86 as much as it wants but the variable in the clling program will not be changed.

Gcc defaults to bit alignment for stack Date: Sign up using Facebook. Post as a guest Name. Calendar This week M-F Sept Where does the C standard make any projections on what the machine should do to accomplish standard compliance? How C code behaves and how the calling conventions work can be quite different.

Even from the author! As far as the callee is concerned, they are the same as local variables. That’s where I said the abi could change for several arches.


Without a standard that matches current hardware and software practice, arguments, confusion, and friction can arise; see e. When a bit-field is inserted into a packed record, the whole size of the underlying type is used by one or more same-size adjacent bit-fields that is, if its long: It’s easy to abi36 from “friends”.

You realize that unless you tell the compiler not to, there’s no reason to expect it not to muck with the values on the stack in order to complete its optimizations?

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Miscellanous Web pages found via Google Official technology standards. Right, in that case you can definitely not assume that the popped value will always equal what you previously pushed. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Uninterrupted Lectures and Labs until Thanksgiving! Is it a default on gcc whenever the target has no particular semantics as arm-elf, which I suppose does not derive from the ARM published ABIs at all? Comment 2 Richard Biener So, is the correct stack alignment 4 bytes?

Berry 1, 1 8 R Samuel Klatchko Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Comment 1 Alexandre Pereira Nunes So what I’m asking is: Comment on this change optional.

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I was under the assumption that since the caller is the one that cleans them up, that they should contain the same values after the function call. M and T No Classes. Sign up using Email and Password. Greg Hewgill k In case it is, could someone please point me to a documentation source, i. Comment 10 Alexandre Pereira Nunes Better documentation is certainly appreciated, but – what is the bug here?


That is where the calling convention comes in. Since it is very unlikely for gcc to default to 32bit stack alignment, it is highly recommended that functions should have stack aligned at bit before calling functions generated by gcc.

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I’ll create some additional creative questions. The caller does clean them up but ignores the value.

At least sysv abi as far as I’ve read does not mandate anything abi38 the bitfields within a word. Launchpad couldn’t connect to lsbbugs. See full activity log.

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Page where function calling, including argument passing, begins. I don’t think this is quite addressing OP’s concerns. I won’t downvote, but I think you’re headed the wrong way with this. If you are passing by value, and you only use the initial, passed-in struct one time, why shouldn’t the compiler recognize this and use the original struct rather than creating a new one?

Yes, the callee can modify the arguments on the stack. Here’s the System V C calling conventions for i if you are curious. Comment 9 Richard Biener Called function needs to “know” how many parameters to use.