mips-tdep.c: Sign-extend pointers for n32

Joel Brobecker brobecker@adacore.com
Sat Dec 22 05:30:00 GMT 2007

> > My first time in Ada, I wrote a simple C program and then ran the GNAT
> > compiler and followed its instructions until I got a valid Ada program
> > ;-).
>  Good hint ;) -- I did some Ada hackery when trying to make the compiler 
> work better for MIPS/Linux (any interest in that, BTW?) and it was 
> somewhat tricky.

I'm already having enough trouble trying to keep up on mips-irix,
but thank you :). If it's Ada-specific questions that you have,
don't hesitate to ask me, though.

> > For a language that's really different to C, how about Fortran?
> > There's scheme as well, but I don't know how well we support it.
>  I know neither of them well enough to make any comments.  Unfortunately I 
> do not seem to see any interest in supporting languages like Lisp or 
> Prolog with GCC yet. ;)

:-). I just had a look at Fortran, and although it's harder to read
when you're not used to their style, it looks pretty close to C or
Ada as well.


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