|Subject:||GNUstep base almost builds with clang|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Mar 2009 16:37:07 +0100|
mframe.m (which is really horrible) seems to be compiled unconditionally, even though it does not seem to be used when ffcall or libffi is provided.
NSInvocation.m provides default implementations in terms of __builtin_apply() and friends that are not used when libffi or ffcall is provided. Is it possible to move these into a separate concrete subclass of NSInvocation along the lines of GSFFIInvocation/ GSFFCallInvocation and only compile them when no better mechanism is provided?
objc-gnu2next.m uses them in a function that is deprecated on the legacy Apple runtime and not supported by the modern Apple runtime. Does anyone actually use next_objc_msg_sendv()?
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