What's the way to go in this situation? I thought of using a naked ISR and
adding the necessary push by inline asm but what if I later change my code
and the compiler use different registers? I'm afraid to end up with broken
First, can you not enable this int unless it's needed?
Second, it dosen't matter what the compiler is doing, an ASM coded int needs to save SREG, and any regs you modify during the int, and that's all.
I've even done ints that didn't bother saving the sreg, but those were special cases where I knew absolutely that I wasn't doing anything that would change the contents of SREG.
Push R16 ;saving whatever the compiler thought was going on.
push R16 ;saving sreg
int code, using R16
When I code in assembler, I reserve a register to hold SREG, and two more (typically) for interrupt use, as ITEMP and ITEMP2. This allows me to do a lot of things without pushes and pops.
In one app, on an 8515 at 8 mhz, I had to deal with 300,000 ints/sec from a bursty source. No problem with this approach.