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SubjectRe: [PATCH] reduce large stack usage
Arnd wrote:

> The twofish one is obviously
>broken, and I suspect huft_build/inflate_dynamic are the cause of the
>crashes I'm seeing during unpacking of initramfs.
>
What do you mean with broken? On i386, the function needs 32 byte stack
+ the space for register saving.
It must be either a gcc bug, or a bug in your detection script - I don't
see anything special in twofish_setkey.

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Manfred

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