[project @ 2002-07-21 11:46:34 by panne]
Long explanation for small commit: With the recent reorganization of #includes, things get a little bit fragile: When gcc with -O is used, glibc's <stdio.h> defines a few inline functions (see <bits/stdio.h>), and "Stg.h" defines some global variables which reside in registers. But the latter must happen *before* any function definition has been seen, otherwise the generated code could be invalid. Consequently gcc complains like: In file included from Stg.h:182, from mkNativeHdr.c:12: Regs.h:293: global register variable follows a function definition Regs.h:302: global register variable follows a function definition The solution is quite simple: Always #include "Stg.h" *before* any system headers.
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