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SubjectRe: Preventing gcc from aligning stack???
Tuukka Toivonen wrote:
> And as we got into gcc flags for compiling kernel (or anything) i'd like
> to mention that aligning code has no effect on plain Pentium. Should use
> -malign-loops/jumps=0 instead of 2 (is this still 2 for newest kernels?).

New kernels do not use the -malign-xxx at all. gcc's -march=xxx sets
all those values properly, for the specific cpu you are targetting.

Jeff




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