Bug#890185: seqan2: FTBFS on ia64
seqan fails to build on ia64 due to some apparently gratuitous assembly calls from gcc.
#else // everything else.
asm volatile ("nop" ::: "memory"); // default operation - does nothing => Might lead to passive spinning.
This is invalid on ia64, as nop requires an operand.
This has been pushed upstream as https://github.com/seqan/seqan/issues/2281
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