From: John Max Skaller (skaller_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-08-14 10:06:31
Greg Colvin wrote:
> My thinking is just that since a compiler can easily take
> advantage of a fast local stack without banning shared stack
> data, just as it does for registers, there is no compelling
> need to inconvenience programmers.
Lets kill this issue: it died immediately Beman said he shared
stack data. The only way a bad on sharing stack data would
be viable is if hardly anyone ever did it. Excuse my ignorance.
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