Wed Sep 10 10:27:00 GMT 2003
In libc/stdlib/exit.c (_DEFUN), I see:
register struct _atexit *p;
register struct _on_exit_args * args;
register int n;
p = &_GLOBAL_REENT->_atexit;
I think this might have problems. When REENT_SMALL is defined,
_reent::_atexit (using C++ scoping notation) is a struct _atexit
member, whereas when it is not defined, it is a pointer to a struct
_atexit meaning that _GLOBAL_REENT->_atexit's type changes depending
on the state of REENT_SMALL.
Is my understanding correct?
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