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gcc -m68060 option in kernel Makefiles

abs%NetBSD.org@localhost wrote:

>       Those builds use the sysinst and miniroot changes pulled up from
>       current, so syncinc the kernel configs from current should be
>       safe as well (the new miniroot doesn't use kernfs, and the BOOT
>       kernel needs to be as small as possible for low memory machines
>       while FALCON and BOOTX needs 68060)

I notice src/sys/arch/atari/conf/Makefile.atari has the following lines:

## (2) compile settings
CPPFLAGS+=      -Datari
.if empty(IDENT:M-DM68060)
CMACHFLAGS=     -m68020
CMACHFLAGS=     -m68060 -Wa,-m68030
CFLAGS+=        ${CMACHFLAGS} -msoft-float

i.e. if kernel config files have options M68060
-m68060 is implicitly passed to compiler.

I'm afraid that 68030 FALCON (and also other 040 HADES and MILAN?)
might have problems if compiler emits 060 specific instructions.

I guess these CMACHFLAGS should be changed to

CMACHFLAGS?=    -m68020-60 -Wa,-m68030

to just disable 68020 instructions which need to be emulated on 68060,
as well as arch/x68k/conf/Makefile.x68k does.
(-m68020-60 might emit 68881/68882 instructions which require emulation
 on 68040/060, but we already have -msoft-float for kernel)

Izumi Tsutsui

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