[FFmpeg-devel] PATCH: av_strtod
Tue Jun 2 20:16:53 CEST 2009
> Well, I think you now know one of the reasons why MANGLE is
> used instead of "m" constraints: because every single
> constraint is one thing that the compiler can mess up, and
> from experience at least one compiler version will mess it up.
> So far MANGLE has been far more maintainable, are you really
> sure you can't use it? Because even the Solaris compiler
> manages to handle it.
Yes, I am sure that Intel inline asm doesn't support it, It's quite
limited on win32. On linux icc passes asm code to gas, so it works just
like with gcc
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