simonmar at microsoft.com
Fri Apr 27 11:52:06 EDT 2001
> In this context, I actually find it the identifier `stdcall'
> strange. Why is it standard? I'd argue that ccall is the
> standard (in fact, it so far was the default, wasn't it?)
It's known as 'stdcall' on Windows. In fact, VC++ has __stdcall
keyword. All the Win32 API functions are declared __stdcall. So, I
guess that's why we called it stdcall in Haskell.
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