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    • jjgarcia's avatar
      Removed attribute "noreturn" because GCC does not take into account the · cca49cd1
      jjgarcia authored
      possibility of longjmp into the function that called a noreturn function.
      Simplified the FORMAT routine abstracting the operations on arguments,
      so that they can be easily reimplemented when the type of stack changes.
      FORMAT does no longer use the lisp stack, but builds lists of arguments.
      cca49cd1
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      The calling conventions have been changed. SI::C-ARGUMENTS-LIMIT and · a9e4edf4
      jjgarcia authored
      LAMBDA-PARAMETERS-LIMIT are both 64. Up to C-ARGUMENTS-LIMIT may be
      passed to a function using C calling conventions. If the function is
      to retrieve more arguments, (for instance through a &rest variable),
      this can be done, but then the arguments have to be pushed on the lisp
      stack. This method allows us to raise the CALL-ARGUMENTS-LIMIT up to
      MOST-POSITIVE-FIXNUM. From a users point of view, there is no visible
      change, excep the fact that a function may receive more arguments.
      
      The function apply() has been replaced with cl_apply_from_stack().
      The former took a pointer to the list of arguments. The latter assumes
      that the last "narg" elements on the lisp stack are the arguments of
      the function.
      a9e4edf4
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