About stack pointers in thread_base
norman.feske at ...1...
Mon Jan 7 18:01:11 CET 2013
> Also, is there a particular reason that you position thread_base in between
> stack and stack base?
> If not, I think placing stack and stack_base right next to each other would
> be better (just an opinion).
there is no particular reason for this sequence. It is important that
'stack' is the first member but we could make 'stack_base' the second
one if this makes the code easier to swallow.
Dr.-Ing. Norman Feske
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