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Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2024 22:51:16 +0000 (UTC)
From: Thorsten Glaser <>
Subject: Re: Not sure how to debug this one.

Valery Ushakov dixit:

>Calling conventions etc are defined in architecture's ELF psABI (ps =

I know, but digging through all these documents is tiresome,
and sometimes, they’re not applicable to the OS in question
(I have a vague thing in the back of my head that OpenBSD
derivates on sparc differ in some aspect), or the OS defines
additional nōn-standard extensions, PIC, TLS or whatever…

Having a nice per-arch quick overview of all registers in a
sort of standard order, with quick indicators of preserved,
trashed, stack pointer, instruction pointer, link register,
etc. would be nice (even hardcoded-0 register could be
annotated there, to make things even easier for casual
cross-arch debugging), and then for *all* arches.

Oh well…

<cnuke> den AGP stecker anfeilen, damit er in den slot aufm 440BX board passt…
oder netzteile, an die man auch den monitor angeschlossen hat und die dann für
ein elektrisch aufgeladenes gehäuse gesorgt haben […] für lacher gut auf jeder
LAN party │ <nvb> damals, als der pizzateig noch auf dem monior "gegangen" ist

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