|[Q] PowerPC compilation questions. firstname.lastname@example.org (Mohd Hanafiah Abdullah) (1994-07-08)|
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|Re: [Q] PowerPC compilation questions. email@example.com (1994-07-29)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Joe Orost)|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Jul 1994 19:56:48 GMT|
"Mohd Hanafiah Abdullah" <email@example.com> writes:
>I need to know how the ACTIVATION RECORD produced by a compiler that follows
>the PowerPC specs looks like. Also, which registers are used for the STACK
>POINTER and FRAME POINTER? Finally, does the stack grow from low address to
>high address, or is it otherwise? Thanks.
Refer to the IBM Assembler Language Reference manual SC23-2197-01.
It is for POWER, but POWER PC is the same.
Here is the quick answer:
R1 Stack Pointer: Stack grows down (from high to low)
R2 TOC pointer
R3-R11 Argument registers
R13-R31 preserved across calls
There is no frame pointer register.
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