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tst-stack-align.h
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00018 
00019 #include <stdio.h>
00020 #include <stdint.h>
00021 
00022 #define TEST_STACK_ALIGN() \
00023   ({                                                                \
00024     /* Altivec __vector int etc. needs 16byte aligned stack.               \
00025        Instead of using altivec.h here, use aligned attribute instead.  */   \
00026     struct _S                                                       \
00027       {                                                                    \
00028         int _i __attribute__((aligned (16)));                              \
00029        int _j[3];                                                   \
00030       } _s = { ._i = 18, ._j[0] = 19, ._j[1] = 20, ._j[2] = 21 };          \
00031     double _d = 12.0;                                                      \
00032     long double _ld = 15.0;                                         \
00033     int _ret = 0;                                                   \
00034     printf ("__vector int:  { %d, %d, %d, %d } %p %zu\n", _s._i, _s._j[0],   \
00035             _s._j[1], _s._j[2], &_s, __alignof (_s));                      \
00036     if ((((uintptr_t) &_s) & (__alignof (_s) - 1)) != 0)                   \
00037       _ret = 1;                                                            \
00038                                                                     \
00039     printf ("double:  %g %p %zu\n", _d, &_d, __alignof (double));          \
00040     if ((((uintptr_t) &_d) & (__alignof (double) - 1)) != 0)               \
00041       _ret = 1;                                                            \
00042                                                                     \
00043     printf ("ldouble: %Lg %p %zu\n", _ld, &_ld, __alignof (long double));    \
00044     if ((((uintptr_t) &_ld) & (__alignof (long double) - 1)) != 0)         \
00045       _ret = 1;                                                            \
00046     _ret;                                                           \
00047     })