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/* Copyright (c) 1992 NeXT Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. */
popl %ecx // ret addr
popl %eax // syscall number
movl (%esp),%edx // add one element to stack so
pushl %ecx // caller "pop" will work
// For x86-64, the kernel slides the argument list for us.
// The number of arguments here is variable, but our macros ignore
// that value anyway.
__SYSCALL(___syscall, syscall, 0);
__SYSCALL(___syscall, syscall, 7)
* Ignore nominal number of arguments: just pop from stack and let the kernel
ldp x1, x2, [sp]
ldp x3, x4, [sp, #16]
ldp x5, x6, [sp, #32]
ldr x7, [sp, #48]
#error Unsupported architecture