krb524.dll - calling conventions on Windows

Ken Raeburn raeburn at MIT.EDU
Wed Jun 11 17:32:03 EDT 2003

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"Frank Balluffi" <frank.balluffi at> writes:
> Jeffrey,
> The pascal calling convention is now obsolete (see
> The current choices are listed at

I think Jeff mis-spoke; it's __cdecl versus __stdcall that we care
about.  I think, by "Pascal", he meant the callee-cleanup convention;
I don't know whether or how __pascal is different from __stdcall...


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