ArkanoiD (arkanoid) wrote in cpp,
ArkanoiD
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Interix x86, gcc 4.2

While compiling code that builds perfectly on any Unix and any compiler i get tons of "warning: alignment of 'blabla' is greater than maximum object file alignment. Using 16.
pack() pragma or aligned __attribute__ do not help either. I tried googling for it, seems that people get similar problem on cygwin and mingw and likely to just ignore it. Well, if there is a warning, it is there on purpose, how do i fix it properly?
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