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Re: [Chicken-users] Re : Re: package fmt crash on Windows 7 64-bits

From: combier
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Re : Re: package fmt crash on Windows 7 64-bits
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2014 22:34:41 +0800
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You are right, apply-hack.x86-64.S looks to be disabled. I didn't notice before.
Does it mean that Windows 64 bits is not fully supported?

I tried to add Apply-hack.x86-64.S in the build, but it does not compile correctly.
Strange, the syntax of the gcc assembly is different from Windows and Linux?

I don't understand why Apply-hack.x86-64.S is available, but not compiled on Windows 64.
Is it more complicated than fixing some syntax issues?


Thanks in advance!


On 12/14/2014 4:36 PM, Christian Kellermann wrote:

* address@hidden <address@hidden> [141213 14:59]: >
I believe it's a 64-bit related issue, because I didn't reproduce
this problem on Windows 32 bits with the same steps (another toolchain
and ARCH=x86).
On 64 bit Windows the apply hack is disabled, we need a port of
that.  Not having the apply hack means that the number of arguments
a procedure can have is limited.

Maybe this causes trouble with the fmt egg...

Kind regards,


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