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/* Define the machine-dependent type `jmp_buf'. Alpha version.
Copyright (C) 1992,1997,2003,2005,2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of the GNU C Library.
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modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
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02111-1307 USA. */
#ifndef _BITS_SETJMP_H
#define _BITS_SETJMP_H 1
#if !defined _SETJMP_H && !defined _PTHREAD_H
# error "Never include <bits/setjmp.h> directly; use <setjmp.h> instead."
/* The previous bits/setjmp.h had __jmp_buf defined as a structure.
We use an array of 'long int' instead, to make writing the
assembler easier. Naturally, user code should not depend on
either representation. */
* Integer registers:
* $0 is the return value (va);
* $1-$8, $22-$25, $28 are call-used (t0-t7, t8-t11, at);
* $9-$14 we save here (s0-s5);
* $15 is the FP and we save it here (fp or s6);
* $16-$21 are input arguments (call-used) (a0-a5);
* $26 is the return PC and we save it here (ra);
* $27 is the procedure value (i.e., the address of __setjmp) (pv or t12);
* $29 is the global pointer, which the caller will reconstruct
* from the return address restored in $26 (gp);
* $30 is the stack pointer and we save it here (sp);
* $31 is always zero (zero).
* Floating-point registers:
* $f0 is the floating return value;
* $f1, $f10-$f15, $f22-$f30 are call-used;
* $f2-$f9 we save here;
* $f16-$21 are input args (call-used);
* $f31 is always zero.
* Note that even on Alpha hardware that does not have an FPU (there
* isn't such a thing currently) it is required to implement the FP
* registers.
#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
typedef long int __jmp_buf[17];
#endif /* bits/setjmp.h */