Native? What native?
Wed, 27 Dec 2000 12:16:26 -0500 (EST)
> Thanks, I found the xxx.n.s file, on the 1130 version. Did you really change
> it to .S? This typically means an assembler file that should first be sent
> through the C preprocessor. Do you need that?
I'm currently using the C preprocessor to convert __LINE__ macros; this
is only used for the calls to GC_gc which want a file name and line number
argument for printing GC messages. I'm currently doing the file name
without the preprocessor, but I couldn't figure out a way of doing the
line number without it.
> In some sense it would be good to have some flag which saves the C code
> generated and the assembler code generated directly by MLton, but NOT the
> assembler code generated from the C code generated. The `-keep cs' also
> keeps the latter, which although useful for some stuff isn't usually wanted.