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- Subject: Re: Coco gcc inline asm and C++
- From: Mike Pall <mikelu-0909@...>
- Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 12:24:46 +0200
James Zhao wrote:
> Does the Coco gcc inline asm code also work for switching C++ stacks (I'm
> thinking calling conventions may be a bit different)?
C++ mainly differs here wrt. exception handling. This should be
independent of stack switching on Linux, i.e. just give it a try.
On Windows, Coco relies on Fibers to switch exception contexts.
The other issue with C++ is name mangling. If you compile Lua+Coco
as C++ code, you need to add three lines before the coco_wrap_main
declaration in lcoco.c (reported by Jonathan Sauer):
Actually I have a couple more pending changes for Coco 1.1.5
(nothing critical). But a new release is still on hold -- I'm
waiting for the eventual release of Lua 5.1.5 (to avoid doing yet
another patch to get back in sync). Dunno when or if that will
happen, though. :-|