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    introduced bits/byte. For this naming the address unit is per · 644f9b9d
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    definition a byte. If bits/byte is not explicitly set, 8 is assumed.
    >address works now with bits/byte and translates between target
    address units and the hosts' one.
    Attention:
    In this state this will never work with host address unit size different
    than 8 bits.
    Step up translation (from 8 to 16 bits address unit size) will only work
    with enormous care because "chars" in cross behaves not like "chars" in the
    target. Any pre-calculation of offsets that is compiled in litarally
    will fail!
    Better solution: Emulate target address-unit size in cross, ugh!
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