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how to determine portSTACK_TYPE when porting?

Posted by supernewbie on August 21, 2009
is it same as the width of 'pushing' or 'poping' of CPU?

RE: how to determine portSTACK_TYPE when port

Posted by MEdwards on August 21, 2009
Yes, if a push instruction pushes 4 bytes onto the stack then the stack type should be defined to a 4 byte type (normally a long).

RE: how to determine portSTACK_TYPE when porting?

Posted by supernewbie on August 21, 2009
Thank you very much!


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