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Re: [avr-libc-dev] pgmspace.h compatibility with -mint8

From: E . Weddington
Subject: Re: [avr-libc-dev] pgmspace.h compatibility with -mint8
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 20:27:08 GMT

> As E. Weddington wrote:
> > > There is a small patch to make pgm_read_*() work 
with -mint8
> > > switch.
> > However, I don't know if this will be put into the 
> > mainly because there are large portions of the library 
> > are not -mint8 comptabile, and I don't know if there 
> > ever be plans to make it so.
> I think consensus was that we don't want to spend time on 
making it
> -mint8 clean, but we don't want to artificially prevent 
those parts to
> be -mint8 clean where this can be had without additional 
costs, in
> particular without any negative side effects on the !-
mint8 case.
> I didn't look at the patch so far, but if it fits into 
this, I don't
> see a reason to not accept it.  The only nit is that it 
might be worth
> documenting when some header file is believed to be -
mint8 compatible
> (because we made a global statement that »avr-libc is 
basically not
> compatible with -mint8«).  We did some minor reorg on 
> before to make it -mint8 compatible.  This is documented 
as well.

Ah, it's all coming back to me.....
Ok, looked at the patch, and IMHO it should be committed as 
obvious on both head and branch. Opinion, Ted?


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