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Config broken for non-x86 linux platforms

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The configuration is currently broken for non-x86 linux targets. If the processor is not i386 it automatically assumes it's x64, the config should be changed to this:

#elif defined(__linux__)
#if defined(i386) && !defined(__LP64__)
#define THISCALL_RETURN_SIMPLE_IN_MEMORY
#define CDECL_RETURN_SIMPLE_IN_MEMORY
#define STDCALL_RETURN_SIMPLE_IN_MEMORY

// Support native calling conventions on Intel 32bit CPU
#define AS_X86
#elif defined(__LP64__)
#define AS_X64_GCC
#define HAS_128_BIT_PRIMITIVES
#define SPLIT_OBJS_BY_MEMBER_TYPES
// STDCALL is not available on 64bit Linux
#undef STDCALL
#define STDCALL
#else
#define AS_MAX_PORTABILITY
#endif

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