Subject: Re: 8k
To: None <>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <cgd@postgres.Berkeley.EDU>
List: m68k
Date: 02/14/1994 16:13:05
> While I have your attention, m68k programmers.. I saw that in some
> spots (very few actually) there are now "#ifdef m68k". I guess this is
> a good idea, even a necessary step. BUT I'd strongly vote for using
> "#ifdef mc68000" instead. [ ... ]

we currently define "-Dm68k -Dmc68000 -Dmc68020", so "external"
sources should have no problems.  This was the way it was originally
for the hp300, in gcc1.* from UCB.

mc68000 is a CPU.  m68k is a family of CPUs.  In our case, "m68k"
actually is a bit more generic than the CPU: it's the set of machines
which use stuff from /sys/arch/m68k.