[fpc-devel] Question about assembler generators

borsa77 at libero.it borsa77 at libero.it
Wed Jun 13 14:41:09 CEST 2007

Hi all, I am looking in the cutobject token of the assembler generators (Gas 
and Nasm), that is invoked to close the current assembly file and to open a 
new one. When it is done, does the new file still retain the last section of the 
previous or it have to reinitialize to none? Indeed, the patch in attachement, 
for the trunk branch, might it have sense or is it foolish? Thank you in 
advance for the response, sometimes I understand with diffucult things that 
requires technical background in compiler architecture.
Greetings, Marco
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