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Marshal i64s in args and retvals
Seems to work, but putting through the tests... The original signature (with j, not ii) is used but the dyncall stub goes through a legalization layer so we have to send the legalized args with the original sig. Weird. :) Args are passed as two 32-bit words: one low word then one high word. Retvals are returned as the low 32-bit word directly, with the high word hiding in a global $tempRet0, retrievable through $getTempRet0
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