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[bluetooth-dev] Re: Porting to ARM
Gordon McNutt <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've been trying to get the Bluetooth stack running on an ARM
> processor. I've discovered that unfortunately the Axis
> stack is using struct overlays onto byte arrays as a way
> to fill out the protocol headers.
Our biggest pain right now is in this area as well. Our compiler (MRI
C or C++) doesn't allow the zero-length arrays in structures. These
are used in many structures that are used to overlay the byte array.
Changing the size of the structure by changing data to *data or data
would seem to be dangerous.
We are looking at removing these zero length arrays completely, but that
is going to involve changing a fair bit of code to use pointer arithmetic.
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