For win32, Factor tries four different function names when loading stdcall and fastcall functions, in case decorated names are used in the dll. It seems to not be necessary because a dll meant for 3rd party use will always export undecorated names (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/oldnewthing/archive/2004/01/12/57833.aspx).
The address to the win32 relocation handler can be stored in a special object and be accessed by jit-install-seh. Doing it that way is better because you can remove a lot of special code related to that relocation type.
(or only used by the defunkt arm backend)
Make the padding number coherent between the example and the docs. Also bump it from 3 to 10 because [[3.14 "%'#5f" printf]] is "3.140000" because the default precision is 6.
…ifest. Fixes #1463.
…rm vocabulary forever. Fixes #1463.
Windows 64bit abi requires callers to reserve 32 bytes of home space in the stack frame which the callee is free to clobber. Previous versions of VS didn't compile code to take advantage of the home space so it worked fined. VS2015 however, is using the home space which causes registers and flags that were supposed to be saved to be overwritten. The fix is to put a little extra empty space at the bottom of the stack frame.
…e have both gcc and g++ (since they install separately). Add any() function to tell which of the commands it finds. Fix bug with wget/curl where the function was not meant to accept multiple arguments.