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    SubjectRe: [PATCH Trivial] ppc64: Use STACK_FRAME_OVERHEAD macro in misc.S
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    On Thu, 2004-09-09 at 18:33, Paul Mackerras wrote:
    > Using STACK_FRAME_OVERHEAD here would be purely arbitrary (i.e. the
    > 112 here has no connection with the stack frames established in head.S
    > and entry.S). This function needs a stack frame and 112 bytes is the
    > minimum size specified by the ABI. I think it's quite clear as it is.

    Isn't STACK_FRAME_OVERHEAD supposed to mean exactly that, the minimum
    stack size? Or is it just coincidence that the macro is defined to 112?

    In any case, I was confused when I originally read it. If you prefer
    112, that's fine by me now that I know what 112 means :).

    thx,
    josh
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