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Brew MP 1.0.2
Specify alignment of a type or variable
thing to be aligned, can be a type or a variable
desired alignment in bytes
  •       #if defined(__GNUC__) || defined(__ARMCC_VERSION) && (__ARMCC_VERSION >= 220000)
          #define AEE_ALIGN(t, a)    t __attribute__((aligned(a)))
          #elif defined(_MSC_VER)
          #define AEE_ALIGN(t, a)    __declspec(align(a)) t
          #elif defined(__ARMCC_VERSION)
          #define AEE_ALIGN(t, a)    __align(a) t
          #error Unknown compiler
Compilers supported and tested include: Microsoft: Vc7, Vs8 ARM: ADS1.2, RVDS 2.1-3.1 GNU: various 3.x and 4.x versions for various platforms (Cygwin, Linux-x86, ARM-elf, QDSP6) Compiler notes: ARM, ADS1.2, and pre-2.2 RVDS compilers with GNU extensions turned off (the default): Only the __align() form of AEE_ALIGN() is supported. Unfortunately, the __align() directive only works as a top-level storage-class modifier: i.e. it can't be used in types, function parameters, or in fields of top-level objects. Example of AEE_ALIGN() on a top-level object: static AEE_ALIGN(char x, 8); Examples of AEE_ALIGN() on types: typedef AEE_ALIGN(struct foo1 { char x; }, 8) foo1; AEE_ALIGN(typedef struct foo2 { char x; } foo2, 8); AEE_ALIGN(typedef char char_8, 8); typedef struct foo3 { char_8 x; } foo3; typedef struct foo4 { char c; char_8 x; } foo4; typedef struct foo5 { AEE_ALIGN(char x, 8); } foo5; typedef struct foo6 { char c; AEE_ALIGN(char x, 8); } foo6; Example of AEE_ALIGN() on a non-top-level object: static struct { AEE_ALIGN(char x, 8); } aligned_x;