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Re: regcache (Re: GDB respin)
What's the difference between cooked and non-cooked function? As far as I noticed, i386 target doesn't use cooked functions at all...
Mumble something about long overdue documentation :-(
Cooked ~= user visible / ABI
Raw ~= underlying h/w / physical / ISA registers.
Er, I thought the x87 FP registers were 12 bytes? Anyway, if the value
really is split across two FP registers then use two separate regcache
How do I store/read for example a long double, that is passed in two X87 registers? With regbuf it's stored in a place for FP0 and FP0+8 in registers array. Will it come to a single slot of a regcache now?