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SubjectRe: Does kernel use system stdarg.h?
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On Sat, 2002-09-28 at 09:15, Russell King wrote:
> It certainly looks like it. gcc 3.0.3 appears to ignore
> "-iwithprefix include", where as gcc 2.95.x, 2.96, 3.1 and 3.2 all
> work as expected.

Thats ok. For x86 at least using 3.0.x isnt wise (it occasionally spills
data below the stack pointer which means an IRQ at the wrong moment has
dire consequences)

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