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On Tuesday 04 November 2008, Jörn Engel wrote:
> On Tue, 4 November 2008 17:06:28 +0100, Matthieu CASTET wrote:
> >
> > I wonder why the arm version of checkstack only catch stack size >= 300
> > and < 10000 [1].
> > Why doesn't it use ".*sub.*sp, sp, #([0-9]{1,8})" to catch all stack usage ?
>
> Looks like a bug.  And it further looks like Holger just copied what
> everyone else did at the time.  And the one who started this strange
> pattern was: Arnd.
>
> Arnd, did you have a good reason for choosing the pattern?
>

don't really remember what I thought back then. Probably I tried to filter
out any function lower than 300 bytes as early as possible and did not think
of the >= 10000 case.

Arnd <><
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