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Re: [MiNT] struct align
"Miro Kropacek" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I see your point, I know all this stuff. I was wondering why gcc/68k does
> this -- for CPU >= 68020 (definitely for 060) is faster to align stuff on 4
> bytes boundaries (16 bytes if reading bigger chunks).
You cannot change the alignment without changing the ABI. The first
m68k port of gcc was using the ABI of the Sun cc, which was created for
the 68010, so alignment bigger than 2 byte was not necessary.
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