Hi,

What about code using shorts everywhere and an author not willing to change it to char everywhere?

Moreover the z80 target is the only one impacted by the new register allocator, other target may still benefit from this option.

Sebastien

On Sun, Jun 26, 2011 at 12:25 PM, Philipp Klaus Krause <pkk@spth.de> wrote:
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Am 26.06.2011 00:14, schrieb Borut Razem:
> I doubt that anybody used it since it was broken for who knows how many
> releases.
> My concern is: does it really work as supposed on all targets now, when
> the bug is fixed?

I didn't do much testing, but didn't notice any major problem either.
There are a few minor ones though, like uint_least16_t having just 8 bits.

Philipp
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