--- Comment #11 from klickverbot <c...@klickverbot.at> 2012-07-30 11:12:35 PDT
(In reply to comment #10)
> > (In reply to comment #7)
> > > But nested struct (declared in function body) cannot receive such
> > > treatment.
> > Why can't it? The nested struct simply gets as many context pointers as it
> > needs, this can be zero if it accesses neither the local or the pred
> > context,
> > one, or two. In the latter case, the context pointer is really a pointer to
> > a
> > struct reps. an array containing the two context pointers, so that it has
> > still
> > the same ABI.
> Are we certain that you can never get more than two context pointers?
I was referring to the specific example mentioned by Kenji. The array could
hold arbitrarily many pointers.
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