Subject: Re: Compiling -current on pmax
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Toru Nishimura <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/24/1998 20:47:32
> The NetBSD/mips BFD targets are all screwey. They should be:
> The appropriate default should be selected based on hw.byteorder at build
> time, but both targets should always be included.
This is very welcome to cope with bi-endianness of MIPS processor. As
a loosely coupled topic with above, some of Japanese developers once
discussed and dreamed of having /emul/mipseb and /emul/mipsel to
execute opposite endian binaries in user-lands. (R4000 could do it if
emul pkg was cool enough).
Nara Institute of Science and Technology